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VOL. 27. 



THE BRITISH CGLQJVI8T 

PUBLISHED DAILY BY 

DAVID W. H!GGINS> 

TEKMB ; 

no Tour, (In advance) ?10 00 

• ir Months, ilo 5 00 

Throo Mouths Jo 2 f>0 

One Woolt 

WEEKLY BRITISH COLONIST 

PUBLISHED WEDNESDAY MORNING, 

INCLUDING POSTAGE. 

One Tear 86 

Sla Montha - 3 00 

Throe Moutlll 2 1)0 

OuoWcok....- — 

PAYABLE INVARIABLY IN AUVANOK. 
OFFICE— Colonist Building, Government Strcct.n ar 
Yalea. 

AGENTS- 

Jams Harvey _ Ts'nnalmo V. I 

A B Home ComoX 

B Murray Now YVoatrulnstcf 

Uaruuid'a Express • V i'' tt u 

do Vnun'lukle 

ll0 Rlohfleld 

do ".Zl'Z Bsrkervlll 

do Caincrentown 

do Clinton 

Crosby A Lowe Olympln, W.T 

81' Coomba - Seattle, WT 

David Sires -.Durt rov, ii.-eu,] 

Hudson Ji lionet, Now Tort 

Y llgar II Clement e Lane, Londoa 

h' street SO Cornhlll .London 

Ii. P.Fisber Sn " Francisco 



OR 

O REG COST 
RHEUMATIC CUBE. 



HISTORY. 

' nils Remedy la composed of tho a<-tlvo principled the 
Onk Weed— Bog. 1h.spium Cordatnm Orlglois , Lai-— 
Indigenous to I rcgon Urows most abundantly and per- 
lectiy in Washington Co 

PBOPBUTIB8. ETC. 
It contains an AC TI*K VOLATILE Principle, 
eit^ted by Kther7 and a bltterTONIO Principle sol- 
fa le in Alcohol. 

MEDIO A Ii PBOPERTIE8 AND USIiS.J 

It la tho most sure and speedy euro Tor 

Rheumatism, Rheuniiitic Gout and 
Rheumatic Pains of all kinds 

That was ever Intro laced !u tho Materia Med lea. The 
UIVK. WftKO Kl';.W«'.»y. prepared by us. In 
con8en.u.mce or the existing bitter principle, posieasea the 
necessary vlrluo of being a 

Powerful Tonic. 

JPromolingthe Appetite and Invigorating the whole PI- 
oestivo Apparatus, thu* building up an J sir, ngthciliig 
the nysieui while at tho samo tune tho volatile principle 
eing absorbed in ttio blood , acu spociflcallj on tho Rhea- 
malic l'ulsou, removing it I nun iho circulation and system 
''There area few remedies known to the lied leal I'ro- 
reailon which will remove the Rheumatic Poteen frotn iho 
blood but wnose notion is so powerful in depressing the 
system of the already enfeebled rheumatic patient, that 
their use ban to ho abandon* 1 bclo o spcclflo ellecta are 
obtainable, heaoo the want <.i succors In treiiliir; this 
prevalent and in eonaecueBCe heretofore Incurable disease 

Unlike these- Medlclnos, already known, Ibe HIVK 
WKlill tiEMIaDV, though producing bs powcrlul 
and as active ellecta on tne blued and By atom In remov- 
ing thc'lliicuinatic I'oisdn, also possesses a strong TUNIC 
and recuperating element which admits of its continued 
ubo oveu by the molt delicate and debilitated, tuus we 
have Hie eomhlaatlon lor Hie Hint time cl tln-ao tvvo 
necessary eloiiietiU in uno remedy, which accounts ror 
Its superior and never foiling curative effects In 

Rheumatism, Rheumatic Gout and 
EHeumatic Pains of all kinds, 

PKKPAKCD AT TBI E 

OREGON MEDICAL LABORATORY, 

By Dit A Lobtka i;Co.. F.a t Portland, Oregon, 
gen's for Ilrlt'.li Columbia. 

CANOIaBV Sc co , 

Yalea .-'treet, Victoria 



FURS FURS FURS 



THE rWDERSIONKD 
atautli 90 hand aod rcoelvlri 



HAVING CON- 



NEW FURS. 



date 



bos to Inform tho public tli.t In order to n< 
..arsons wi-shiim t" purchase small quail tit lea. which tli . 
t ,v, , mm i, iibio U no blilioHo. owing to tho fun be- 
In Jail in first lia.nU.ih y have appointed Mr W B Wil- 
son of Wharl street, their Agent. Orders Irom persona 

Wet-"of Martin, Mink, Fisher, I, ynx . Wolver- 
ine, Ileavor, Mllvor Grey nn.l Red Pox, 
or I,uud nnd .Sen Oiler Furs, 
Henr Pklns, etc. , 
■Will bo promptly filled. Tins la sn opportunity seldom 
Jo be met with, as the furs of this ivintoi'a haul are now 
oil hand. 

CUNNINGHAM cfc BANKIN, 

Pert BBslngton and Woodcock's Lauding, Forts of 
Rlror Skoena. 



HASTING 

OO.IW.PANY, 

BURRARD INLET, B C 



Trap, (HUVI! .1111,1. tH WOW IN VVL 
working order and capable ol ttlling orderMor 

ALL DESCRIPTIONS Ob' 

Lumber iTimber. Spar?. 

4o. upon u Beasonable'Torrni aa any Mill on tho Coaa 
QUICK DISPATCH GUARANTEED. 

(Irdcra rceeivud In Victoria by 

D10KSON, CAMPBEIX & CO, 

Or In Pan Francisco by 

mnll ,, w nioKaoN asffoi » * ro 



LD LOWENBERG 

REAL ESTATE AGENT, 
Boverniiient street, near coraor of Broaghton 

Wiij, pay PAltTICIJI.AR ATTENTION 
to leMng.purobasliigsnaibsslngprOporty |tone, 
■otlating loans and transacting ovoryibiutf connoole 
with Seal KsVato business. 

liap.ol alllhodliroroiil Dlatriots on thelnland may bi 
soon athiHoillco. ParlioBdoHirouH of purchasing hnnie 
steadH.or inakiiig In vestinonfa, will llnd on hia BnHetlr, 
Board ICWnLotl on nearly every Street : FBtmlnir ol 
QardenlngliMd In every District .somool ■Wen Hfordli 

rareohaniierorilnvestment. 

Mouoyoi.bond and uiortgagc to loan, in curneto suit 
tbedomandi. 

oonvoyancoi of every iewriptloio done al9 reasn 
abls.ratcs,. U,1,H ,n ' 



VICTORIA, V. I. BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 4. 1872. 



NO, 100 



Railways. 



THE 



CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND AMI) 
PACIFIC RAILROAD 



3i. 

C12BBBB StOJBB ' ^ .g i $ & BC 
'I'lio l.'rciit Central loivo Xhort I.lue, 

OVERLAND ROUTE, 

Wltti Its Counnrtlons East mid West, In tli 
Shortest, Quickest unit bent Kouto 
between the 

Pacific and Atlantic. 

Via Des Molnea, Iio-;k Island and CblcafO 
rpiIK taM.i" HUDTE CAKBYIIVW THE 

1 tnrangli Uverlaud Letter .Mali, inaWog eloso aud re- 
liable couueclions b t 

O 3VI .A. H 



c 1-3: i c jk. cs- o 

With all iest Express Trains East, North and South. 

The most eloeantly furnished Sleeping Cnra ever used 
on nny railroad aro now built, owned and run by this 
company between Omaha and Chicago. 

Through Tickets toall points East can be obtained nt 
the Company's offloe, 208 Montgomery street, aud at L 
p It Iiollle.es lii San Franclaconnd Bncramaulo. 

Bo euro your Ticketa r^ad via Kock Island. 

A. M srtiiTu, 

Gen'l I'asseinjor Ag nt, Chicago 
HUG II KIDDLE, Geu'lSup't, Lhicago. 

A. I.. WAIT, 
Ceu'l Ag't lor PaciHc lliite.a, Saa Francisco. 

uoia i v .i.t « 



Koiice is liertby (Jiveu 

THAT AN APPLICATION M'll.I, «K 
be made at the neit sot t ion of the Parliament of Ca- 
nada lor au Act to Iuiorporato •• The Western Canadian 
Haclflo Hallway Company," lor the purpose of c •iistrnct- 
lug; and working a Hallway commencing at a point nt or 
near Victoria, liiiusli i i. lamina, thai.vetosouio peiul on 
the Kastoru Coast ol Vancouver Island , and from thence, 
by bridge or steam communication, to some point or 
points on tho Western Coast of the Mainland ol llriiish 
Leluiubla between tho 40lhand 64th paral'ele of .Norili 
laiiiudo. thence lliroui h Hie Mainland ol Driiiah Colum- 
bia to some practicable pats In Iho llocky Mountains to 
the North West Territories, nil 1 to some point in tile 
m.id North West Territories) wbere a Junction will bo 
effected with a Hue of railway Hurting h orn the Railway 
system to tho North rastcrn part of Onlurlo nnd run- 
ning towards the Kocky Mount las, wllb power to make 
such deviations nnd bianch llnis to counrct with ihe 
Seaboard of Vai e uver Island ur elsewbero bs may be 
advisable; and lor the pnr|K ses uforesa d to establish, 
equip and maintain tuch FerrloS aud tteaui Veaaela as 



necessary. 

m: ike Jackson, soiicni 

i, DC, Jan ^Iin. liVi- Jj 



CANADA PACIFIC RAILWAY. 

TvTOTICK I« IIIiKBCStV «StVIi.\ T 

IS an application will bo made to tho Parllnn 



. l'aoille 



th- 



I.aki. Nlpls- 

s iu. orsouie other polut In the Province ol Ontario, 
oouuecting wits toe railway lyalem of Canaia, to Fti 
(Jarry or Winnipeg In Ibe I'rovloce of Manitoba, tli nee 
wi t torly through snch pass ol the llocky slountalca in 
Canadian territory as may bo lound piactlcablo to But 
Inlet or roiue other point on (he st aboard of iho I'hc I 
One a o, In the Province o Brl I lib Columbia, [wltb powo 
to extend to Victoria, cr somoclher pilnt on Vnncouvo 
It-land, if foaud silrisable'; logcther with branch lines 
Iron no ir Winnipeg river to Iho lake ol the Woods. and 
Irona Fort Garry or Winoine* aforesattl l" Petsblna, or 
such other |wlnl or pLico on the boundary of ihe 1'ro- 
vlnce of Manitoba as may connect with the ra Iway sys- 
tem ol tho Halted Slates, 

ALfKKD WADDINOTON. 
Ottawa, D'O 2 1-T1. di-41d*w 



LAST CHANCE ! ! 

KO MOUE 

British Columbian 
VIEWS 

AFTER TKIIS WEEK. 

Hurry up and leava yotr Orders at l'ic 

FORT St. GALLERY 

AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE ! ! 
mhi7 



FARM and GARDEN 

Messr3WliitiDg& Cowan 

OSHAWA, ONT. 

MAKCFACTUHKRS ok 

ScythG8,Foiks,Eakos, Kocs.fiic 

I] n VK APPOINTRD L'H A<BKNTS VUB 

XX. lh« saloof their manufacture i In lie. 

Sam plea may bo seen at our Storo, Wbarl street, nnd 
onlera will betaken f>ir the saiuu 

TURNUR, BBE1 ON' & TONSTALL. 

leld 



3 

Yates Street, Victoria, B.icitli Columbia 



JfJKAW EXCHANGE ON- 

LON DON, SAX FRANCISCO, NEW 
YORK, BOSTON, 

And the Principal Points in the 
West & Dominion ol Canada. 

I.EGAT. TENDEII NOTEH and olhor Gov 
orutnent Brcuritles bought and sold. 

E»!';i*0.*lB C8 iscelvedand Accounts kept .mliject to 
Clieck or Drafi. 

INTEREST nl'owod 011 Tlmo Deposits lor a peilo! 
or Thrco Montha and upwards. 

IT. QARESCHB, 
mli J 1 lin AGENT, 

Tlio French Laundry, 

CHATHAM ST, bet. Doiig'na and Govornmont. 

Has beeu Removed to tho Building 

Two doors iibnvo the old stand. 

WAMsBINtJ FOB IIOTKL.H AND PA3I- 
Hies of every kind In tho best maiinor. 
Cletlies returned In 24 hours nltor being loft at Ibe 
Laundry, II doslreioil. 

laACHAUX *• bem a rontlnttanca if the 

patronage of their old customers aud tbsuk them for 
past, favors. 

mh24 LACIIACX & CO. 



Fur Sale — To Let — To Lease 

FOR J$ ALE! 

'PHK DnrDBBalflNKD INTENDING T 

1 letire from business t> flora lor salo 

the oLxxsra'oosr 








Tueco BTiIIb aro situated near the Wagon 
Hoad, three mile, east of Clinton, 
Lave ance s bj Good Koads to 
the best Wheat Districts of 
Fraser and the whole of 
Thompson E Vallejs, 

ARB WELL AND Bl'B!TAKTI ALLf BUILT A K B 

VEX 11 V A 

TURBINE WHEEL of GREAT POWER 

lor particulars apply on Ibe premises. 

JEROSiK HARPER. 

Clirrro.v, Jnmiary;l f»lh,187i fe3 3md.1iw, 



FARM FOR SALE. 

ma NITBATBD IN OOWIGIIAN V.IL,- 

<*V5» h v, lour nnloa Irom Ibe .-t'-an boat Uudlug, con. 

laiuli g 10U (lour hundred) tores ol Rood balloon 
Uud.wl h iloildlnns llroicon. one hundred and fifty 
acres an- Irt c nom ror 81 trees, aud ol tills aboul liny 
acies aro renred and nndur cuitivutlun, tho rorcalnder 
being covin cd Willi wild c raise a 'iherolxa good and 
extunalve slouk mufje oulalile the farm T ho stock can 
be hud by tho purchaser at market value, Ifrcqulrid. 
Apply ul Ibe Colonial t rues. mlr-» 

Homestead for Sale* 

T OT !IOI ON TUB NORTH HIDI! OF 

Ij Ko-t si reot, between Blancharil and Quad 1 a, adjoin 
\ai Mr. Ileywoods. Lhero are two nood Dwelling 
imutcs on ihe int. also a Well of Wood IVator , and all 

'.he necessary Uutuouses. 



rrAI.F OF LOT 'i 

I J. in rear cl i.ol ^£11 w 



0(1 ON *'I E VT STUKET 
lib a C-ronned Cottage llwre. 



Apply to 



GEO. S1ANSELL, Vhw street 



TO BE LET 

Tha International 
BOABDXHG H0F.3S I 

YATES ST MEET. 

inbiO 



FOil SALE, 
ON ACCOUNT OF SICKNESS. 

A V K Si Y GfMin GL'NXftllTM, i.ill li 

/k imlthenil alacksmith Pit Ini'B, w tli n larjo »-z--a 
Shop, KlicUeu. Iledn.om., ic, aud ibu rcnislnder 01 ihu 
ilroond l.o -. In ut 4 f>«: f, u t 11 sni-iil ri-nl.l. 

The I Blahlif hnient Ii sup Ii. tl with Fiirni.ee, Tools, 
Implements, I aiho, Grlrul<loDi a, .\e., 
For ti rinsi ppl 1 tu 

Ie2fl J. B. riMMICr.MAN, FortSl. 



Ti) 15E LET. 



'pill, 1S7J, a comfortable Dwelling 

lion e c imph laly rurui-h'-il, 

Yor partioalara apply to VI ra Harris, Urea l st.«- I, 
Victoria, any day Irom II a in. to 4 p.m. uililo 



FOR SALS. 



THR HO WK SOUSr IVilAI/INII CO 'S 

5 Station on Hie Gu'f of floor, It, ing.o|i»r with Die 
Buildings, VVtmrv-a, foati nn.l Wlnhog H ar complete. 
Alar. large rpi in it.-ofNoi 1 cislts aud HUrrs. 
Appl; 10 

i . i.KNtvjirj, 



mill 



W I 



RARE CHANCE. 



Old Establish?,! S.tloou a!i<! Billiard 
Room for Hale in KALE. 



njillB UNDII H.IIGJfKD, RBMNQDIS1I 

i inc buiine.-a. is prepared til l/oal lur liiu aale ol the 
valuable aland 011J premi es « iu,dcd by him during the 
1 1-1 tniitm n yeara 1 , Iho town nr Vale, dir. clly ojppoalte 
lb • -u.iuiiiDit Landing and ndjd rnj Barnard's Express 

oilie:. iu nuyonc eommandiug u nu I .m-. a invor. 

nine and rare opp .i t 11 i y i~ u „ v pruB-nlo I to tccure a 
pinfl iib ebui-iuo s. llio Stand Ii tho uest la Vale 
inhlJdSW I.e. li.U'.llY. 



Italian Manufactory. 

THE li.S-r AltflCLK FOR P. in 1 . L'.-;E, 
I'ropared by 

J()I1\S0M STREET, nt]T0RIA,|B.€, 



rpilB CNUKR8IGNV1) TAKES PI.EASURH 
j In announcing to mo pii'illu i.) (rouuril i i it ho ia 
will la bi found nt his Ulil -tail r> 1 .lohumu strool a 
tberu all Lovers of (4l»i»/) 1,1 S'Clll/i. (lUtTEUU 
oiu hi supplied ai b minute's uotiuu 

Ooffee of the best brand a 

ALWAYS ON EI AN I) rind Daily Roasted and 
Oround, and carefully put up ir. 1 pouud 
papers, and In Tina 1, 6 anil 10 lbs. 



m bp :w. cj 'tis m* 

V insisting in p.irl_ul ; 
Black and Wblto fop| 1 r, 

Allspice, 
Cloves, 

Cinnamon, 
(iiuger, 

Mlxoil Spice, 
Nutmegs, 
Mute, 

California Mustard, 
tag*. 

I by me, Ac, 

All nl wMcli are (Varrinlo I Puro an 1 llna.l ultoratcd 
nicely p it. up in Hot ties and J£lb. Tins. 

Meruhanls Slilpp irs In particular will lln.l it to t heir 
ml vantage |o giving to I. lingasioul n null for the almve 
articles before Iniportlug tliem irom abroad, ub regard 
Quality ami Prices. 

03, til Orders promptly nttendotl and neally eiecuttd 
B . HAG ASeVSONI, 
fe-0 ly Jiilnifloii l-treot. 



MRS. R, PETRI. 

Fashionable D ressm aker 

Late or Pas Piuxasco) 
G«»U»Oi\ HTSttJUT, VICTORIA , 

opp St And row's (fresbytprlaaj Obitrch. 
J >18 am 



Notices. 



$250 REWARD ! 

YyilEUEAS THE feTOItl! OF clatfM.ajjtaj 

Ilurci AKdwardl, Vicloru, was bnrglailously entorud 
by soma poiBon or persons 011 the nljlit of t!,o Tfli or 
iuoinlm: c,r tliu Slh Instant, and tundry aillcli.a of cloth- 
log wore oiolen therefrom. A reward ol will bo 
given for mcli liiformallon aa shall load to the appre- 
hension and conviction of Hie thief or theivee. 

A.F. PEIUBBUTON,8. M. 
Victoria, BC, Oth Feb.,1872. ■ fr-iu 



ROAD TAX LISTS, 1872. 

NOTICM'I* H1C It I'.ttV <3IV»irv, TO ALL 
whom i c may concern, Ihitcnulea of tho Komi Tux 
Assatsmei t Holla, for the yoar KS7i, aro left at the Tol- 
lowlrg places in the stveral dlslrio a :— 
NorthSaanlch District, at II Wain's 
Poutb Paanlcb District, at I Eckstein's 
Lake District, at iho Ito.nl Ua)t Hotel 
Po'ke llotrict, «i M Mulr'a 

Melchoiio Distri- 1. ai Hie Scboolhome, nfctchoiln 
i>.l- 1 liln.lt Ilittrlct, at Hie sonr-rrile-housu 
KFqulnialt Town, at .1 T Howard a 
Viutorla Wett.Bt I' Evetett'a "Horso nnd JccltPy" 
Victoria I latrlct, fedur Hill Roid, Oakland Estate, 

and Spru; Iti.lgo at the I Ion Brewery Tap 
Point Ellis, nl the H„rk Hay House 
b'nai Ich Head, Tipaso a venue, an I Section III., Fln- 

Inyson Katnte.at I' Walsh's BrllgeTave u 
Fort -tree I aud Ca iboro Hay lload, nt tho liouso ol 

Thoa Woods, Fort street 
Mount Tolm lo Cross Koad.nt tha Ricbra'nd Hotel 
Fall Held Estate and p'oul Day Koid, at Clovor Point 

HotPl 

Jamos' Uay and Boekley f arm, at F Lnrklu's James' 

Hay 

Bummio Hold, at il Rowland's 
And also at the office ol the uullorslf ted, 
W L.-IFPKtlN, 
ro'leelor under the Itoad Oldluaiico, 
ViClorla, lBUi Teh, D7-J. f,.]S 

PUUVINCE OF IIUITiMia VOXjVBIBIA 



Dentistry. 



C Jb'ItAKCIS BARNARD, Ml). 

SURG li O N J> E mis T, 

ssacj^jeJU-M. DB, BAHNAKD II AN HAD VOR 

(JWiyilay^ "Celluloid Base," tlie newel I an d late" 
' I ' 1 • inatTlal adapted to the moun ting o 
whole sets ol teeth: he Is also otliig " W'halchono-ltub 
bor," which la rapidly aupplantliiK, tor mnglo dentures 
or partial Bets, llio best vulcanites of tho last 26 years. 

Wo cheerfully add Dr. IPs Curd to our columns, 
convinced that IDs good tnsto uml Jijtjtracnt, uulted 
to natural fkill and Ingenuity, Lidcd by au 
extensive practlco ot ujiwards of thirty years, 
render his services raoro valuable 'unci reliable than 
ihosc of any other Dentist on Ihe Sound, coast cr Is- 
land. 

Dr. B's large experience imy bo rrmllly seen in the 
nappy nnd natural eipreB'ion given Liih patrons by bis 
lire-like Insertion of artificial Teeth. 

The public may rest assured of patience, gontleness 
and undivided at ten lieu while i Ii icr the Dr s bands, 
and that he will ever strive to bo foremost in adopt- 
ing helps and bints tonchlug bis own Interest and ttacl 
ol his patrons. 

Omcs and PsetsiNcx— Doufiaa rMreet, between Dr. 
Powell's premises and VTlllson's Tea Ktoro, Uualuesa 
boors Irom S a in till r> p m. 

1 ielorll. Nov 4. IW1. <le5 dAw is 



Mills Bowden, 



.ft^DENTIST.jgjW 



Slny be Iniiiil over ii F Hoi. terms 
from O.liO a in 1<, -1 p in, Hac'-l eultl 





btart'b OmCE, 

14th March, 1S72 

rpill! LIB CTItN A NT COTKBNO It I>I 

1 reels the publication rl tho lo'lowlng notice wh'cb 
has been rorwarded to him bom tho Hydrographlc UlUce, 
in tend, n, lor general leforluatlon. 

A. nnCKE lluilMT-ON, 

Colonial Secretary. 
The Informal ion Ooatslned In Ihls notice is to bo care* 
I ii i v coBBldertd, to be uoied in I lie sailiiig directions, and 
cum pi red wlcli the churl » lien ihe ship is navigating tho 
parts lo which u refers. 

II V D tt Ot; It A V IS I O NO Til! E 
[No. 28. ] 

FtC (ICKlN-tll'LF OF FOXSECA. 

unit of a stinkon rock lying no.rlv in 



J^N WISHING TUB I'feeH'I^M OF VII! 

A MERRY CHRISTMAS 

I bo/-, at lbs same lime, to call tliolr attenllon to my 
largo aud apit lrtid ilssui tmoot id the 

Finest Family Groceries, 

— COMPKISING— 

Choicest Malaga Eaisins, 



Id by Uve 



id Hit und tin 



U. 41, S. Ki 



N'oinu I 
Tim following 
Ihe fiiiway i f the cliaunal lending to 
Isl ii d, in the Rolf ol Foaieoa, baa 
I.VniQiauoor Herbert P. Knevitt, it. 
1871.* 

(All hearings aro magnetic, 
In 1871.] 

A pinnacle rcek.Ht present well markid by Ihe wreck 
nr a steaa..vesael, II a 1 yards to the westward ol IC"ub 
Island w th a d-plb oi fl railnnis, 20 yards to the west- 
war-l of the wreck, and 4U latnoms betweaa It and the 
Uud. 



alion T° 26' wealoily T 



SULTANA KAISINS, Zantr Currants 
U AN DIED P HKL.-J 
JORDAN & SHKL.L ALMONDS 
M, ALNU rs, UAZBL M U I S, to 
SMYKN V FIGS, RERMAN PRUN8S 
ASSORTED FI.ATORINU HXl'liACTS 
llio Finerjt dencrUKiou ol Prt served 
Fruits, 

Crkah Taiitar, rjALKBtriu and Bakino 
Soda 

that f.wohitie 
Befined CHINA SUGAR 

Imported and sold inclusively by ine, 
Crush idfcleplo A |, 3 1 Sugar No 1 ii 2, r 3 ira No t. 
Ttio Choicest Japan, Ifounit ilysoo, Uong^uand other 



l-ro 



Iho 



ok. ihe 



i on It 



111 BOI 

!. K. i 
i Maod ! 



Ollr" 



an I .- 



spec i 
a. K 



UUUtJ.YD JAVA COPFEE 

Acknnwlo.tg 'd to bo mporinr to any nli«rsold in town 
near Lah '. Fastarn and Hoxomido OIiocbo, 
He) w ii ii'a Bacon Hams and L.rd. 
My stock Is uiiequa'lod hy nny cst.IDi.linie.it noitb of 
San Francisco, ray prices aro vorv Low, and I wo Come 
ti iuspect lb i aaiuii ncl'ure in iking tu.irpur 



I cb. 



Tee funuol ol He steam. vi ■ „ | shows wtll alior f water 
at all limes ol Ibe tide, and may slao lor a long I mo, bat 
on tho removal of this roai k tbo rock wid becomo a fo • 
mi ub o danger, aa a bank bai liruied round the wreck, 
and appears loo* lend towaidi Knob Island. 

The tide at quarter floidEeiB past tea reck at the 
rate of 2 l» i.iiics sabouti 

liydrographlo OIBo-, Admiralty, 
London, I.-Ph .not , 1ST 1 . 
•See admiralty Ibarli— Uulfof F. nscca, N'o.lQoO. 
mh'/4 



pUKtHIANT TO A H 11 !>!■: It O F T 11 li 

L Ilisb Court of i.'bancory, raadu ■■ In iho matter lo 
mo Katnta of William Montague Cocirana, forme ly au 
i.nalgi), an 1 lata a LiCU'e-allt of Her ilnj sty's IDih Kcgl- 
ibenl of Fool, deceased," and in a cauau * Moyso .-.guest 
IVard,' tliu t iooliois and all persona having any claims 
lee-.i ug tin. Ks at ■ n: t 



Mo 



ell ta 



, who 



Ided 



of tho Ml 



SllV.it A i II , 

Ci curaue an I il >odwll|, nt or near Ibe Town ol Nottlllg- 
llsl.l , I. lid Nil 'IS. '( lenlly wi.ll. to America, and Die I ill Bi a. 
mi lo oi'il Hie stua uihip ♦ (Hy ol UftNton," Iu or about 
tin; in >ath or January. 1S70. aio on it before iho 22nd 
day oi MarcU, 1st , lo feud b, post prep .1 1 to '.lessis. 
Waid, Ml la and William, nl So 1, firny'a Inn -'Tiaro, Iu 

the <J Ky oi Mi ilb bus. me Holic tors', r I no Dufeudant, 

tne t xeciitnr oi llio Deceased, tlulr lliristian and >ur- 
nnmes, a Idrciaei anil derc l|ilio:,s, the full partfcnlars of 
their debts, claims or dcrasnds, a stuoruont ot lloir ac- 
cjuule.aiil the nature of Ihu iccu'lliei (il any) held oy 
ibom, or In default thcroof, they will bo peromplorlly 
ixo'.u led (c ui tlm boiu-ai of iho sild tirder. I veiy 
Uroditnr or oilier poison holding a iy security, is to pro 
d <co ilia earn . lieii.ru ttio V ci Dlnucel or, .-|r John VV ck- 
etia, at Lis Llianibeia iHu He ~t 12, uld .-qnare, Idnciln's 
Inn, lathe Uountv ol Middlesex, ou Monday, tho 16.li 
dny of April, 1872, at One oe-ock in the aftornoin, being 
tbo tune appointed foradjudliiHtlng un ihu dobtr, claims, 
or dun m is. 

Dat.si ib h 32nd diy of December, 1-.7I. 

ALHlDD HALL, 

Cl.icr Uierk. 
E. V .If R. O. MOTE, 
Isj, Warwick Court , 11 ray's Inn, London 

mbodaVw I'lalniill s Solicitors, 



t'rowu Grains Ordinauce, 1S70. 

VIOTICE SN lIKIiEllV GIVEN THAT 

IV 1 shall, In ace i-ilanoe Willi iho provisions of u,e 
'•Crown drains Orditiaoco, 1»70 " aud at tho expiration 
ol '1 hree M /nths from the d«io berooi, recommend tbo 
issue cf Crown Urauta 

To QKKaRD Pi.ODLS, or Section! LYIU and I.N V 11 I 
I like District, 

To UlCNhY SAVMDERS, Sections XX Ji VIII and LV 
KniuliiinD District, 

Unlets obji ction be mads to mo In writing, In tho 
meantime, ngaiusi tliu issun Dioreof 

II. B, IV. A1KUAN, 

ID rlstrar -General. 
Saturday, 23d \iarch, UTJ. mi. 24 



NOTICE. 

ROAD TAX LI ITS, 1811. 

NOTIVR l.o II It K tut V tJaVIiN THAT 
n liat of all porsoas w.tliln ih i Distrlds ol Oow- 
klptn and Salt .-• |>r ii g Inland, who are liable to pay 
Hoad fat lor the year, 1S72, has been posted at Ibe fol- 
low lug placcB:— 

Court House, C w cban, 

Hunts' Uniting. 

Maple H.y I. iiiiling, 

Mr. Hrlimwatu.'s, Homonor, 

.Mi . Fi j '.i, Chem nuns, 

PAIT .■'IT.INII Isl.l.su. 

Rcbool House, i entral Pottlumint, 
Mr Milclioil's, llurgoyse Hay 
Copies of which sro depot ted in Iho < lli o i | Mr. Mor- 
lo y . near Maple Hay, uml can bo Insp ct.J al all iea«i li- 
able huiirs . J>o MUKl.KV, 

Colli rinr liinler tlio Road Ordlnanso. 
Maplollny, Fd. 21st, 1372. USSdotW 



NOTICE 
i,>It(MI AND AFTKIt TUIH DATE 

V will onlv accept COIN for HUNTS as well nB oth 
payments to ho niada Id mo. 

bo30 I,o, I nWEN'BRRC" 



HE. HELMOKEN 

VI tV UBl!0««l7i,TsiO AT UiM 0PFIOB 
It I Victoria botwoon the honri ol w an 1 12 In Ibe mor 
ting at hi) residence, Jnmea Uay, In tin even log. 
J, I 



CANADIAN TARIFF 

REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OP MILK. 

I r* (IflNNBif UBIVCB Of THE CANADIAN 
1 Tariff being adjptell from and nftei tin, lit April 1 
bIuiII reduce tho Frloaol UtiK Io40 cents per gallon re- 
tail and 30 i cnla per gillon wliolisale, 

Customers t king cue galia.i por day oonaidorod wb I > 
stlo, BKNRY SMITH, 

Proprietor ralrfli il Farm Dslir. 

N.H.— Orders loft nt Stafford A: IJIckeu'a promptly at 
tended to, uib23 



A. i RIOK M. A-lSTi 

COB. O VtllNMKNT A FORT ITRKKTS.I 
I 111 



FRED'S REYNOLDS 



•SlBUTClIERM 



NSasHasoDSSl 

WU 1LB3ALE ASH i;k: ill. DEALER IN 

Meats and Vegetables 

rDBVa'YOR BY APPOINTMENT 10 

HER MAJESTY'S ROYf AL NAVY. 



•'!''Hai IIF.8T AtlOUTJIErV r OF ISLAND 
1 and Mainland BFKF and MUTTON eooslantly on 
bautl. 

Hotels, Roitaurants and Famllloa sapplled ut short 
notice, an 1 iloats dolivoreil Faaa or Oiuk ie to any part 
ol tho t'iiy o r Saburbswltliaoouraey and dlspilnh. 
4 J- -hipa aad Steamors B'J|ii'li>il by conlrsiil LOW "fjDt 
I 1)11)111 M iVsEKUT. 



fell 



WEILER 



BSE HIVE STORE!! 

Coru-r uf F >rt and Broud Streets 

DKALKR IN 

Croelisry, Glasswart, 

WALLPAI'EU aut! BEDDING. 
Aud All Sorts ol UPHOLSTER! GOODS 

Has rocoivid 

KX 'CSUHGNKU' AV <JLADW LAJIi'»(IX.< 

In addit on lo li s largo assortment: 
WINDOW MOLL IN1M (cun lio to 72 liiobea wl le. 
OILOi OTH r.-oii. »4 lo 4 yarda wide, 
UF.aR'lU i Otic— .i.-iintusl araud, Velvet. 

Au '—Ail Sorts of liid.olal ry W.i.k dona, as Powi.- 
ninl i njji.g Carnots, Saklng anil I op iiiiug 1 1 u ungo< * 
M,.it ro-cos, Hii.igingol Wnllpipor, fc.. ami ri.licts Ibe 
pain nago .1 li.a numerous l.iett.ts and thu pub e g uer- 
uliy. 

3ohm w^eiaEK. 

mU3 



PURS, FRESH k SWEET 



MAN I'D s CT C ft K D HV 



A I.AIU3P ASHIHITHIH^T OF I' I, A I fa 

AnuU Fancy Candies. Also Sagnr 'toys, Cr>atall»nil 
qnbousfor ILililinua Trees, eio, eio, on liao.l fur ihe 

<! «» .TI I N «J EJ O I. I D A V s , 

WWEtl SilN'lJ OAK 1(8 mi-da toordornl the 
liurtesi no! co li il 



W. O. S. BEE LEY. 

ORGAN and PIANOFORTE 

ETjri^D.rr.JFL, 

Tuner nm\ RP|»alr.r ol all 'kinds ol 
Musical iiisiniiisenlH. 

Charges Very Reasonable. 

OFFfCItK HO II 8AI.W liO W THB|'BltArj 
liiul Organ, preioivcd ir in the lire at i lirin bbureb 
Cailn ileal , and a.nce Keililad nut Imuroved with Umn 
poiitlon Pedals and told I'rcut. 

All i rdera left at flu, Australian Hotel, Jaiaoa Ray 
Dridgo, wid boprjiiipiiy attended to. o. d 



Insurance. 



NORTHERN 

ASSURANCE COMPANY. 

HEAD OSf VICES I 

London and Aberdeen. 



CAPITAL - - £2,000,000 

STERLIITO-. 

AU of which is fully Subscribed, 

AXIl IX 1LDIT10M 

The Liability of riliaroliolders is Uu- 
limiteds 

Will taki. Flro Risks ia Victoria upoa fa- 
vorable lertiis. 

LOSSES settled promptly by tho Ageats 
v/ithout KcfercDce to Home Offices, 

Hates und particulars may be lind upon applicatloa 

JAW ION, RHODES & CO, 

Agents for British Columbia 

Jaii 3ui2p 



Tine Standard 

LIFE ASSUKAFCE 

COMPAN Y. 

tJOVEJtNOEr 

HIH G1TACJG THE DUKK OF BITCCI.KUCH ANDQUXINS; 
IIKKKY, K. «. 
DEPUTY UOVKHNOIH* 
Tni£ RHiUT HON. THE EAKL OF DAIJIEITH, U P- 
THK RlUHIHON TZIK EAltL OFSIdllt, K. Tj 

1'itanciFAi, oiyFiijifM i 

•J oV 5 Ccc.rgo Ntrcet, Edluburgb, 
S'A Kln« Will in in street. I - . 

3 Fall Mall, East, ] London, 

(10 L'piier Huckvllle Street, Dublla. 

WASAIlKIl AND ACTUAHVs 
WM.TUUS.TI10aL.SON, F. It. S. K. 
IIOI.OMAL A: EOUEltU IV Mai VUKTAU V 
V. CLUNIK GKEUOK. 



Total amount ol invested Fuuds. 
JE4;0 95 t g89 10 2. 

Annual Revenue, dC703,450 19 9 

AGENT IN VICTORIA 

ROBERT XIUKNABV, 

Uoverumenl Btrael 



Life Assurance Com-uauy 

HEAD OFFICE, 3 A 6 OEOROK SKBiT, KDINUUii'"' 
IONLON. I 68 Ko, ° WltilAjiSraaii ajiD 

J 3 1'AU, Mall East (Weat hud Office;. 

EIGHTH DIVISION OF TROlVlTS. 

'IukKkimbt of tho Inveatigatloo of tbo Com ,-Vilf 
fairs, and Division ol Proms, as at lit., s.x -v ber 
lS70,oapbebadoi!applioailonulauyoi tL. C iin 
pany 'a UranohUIUr.ee or Agencies. m 

TuaCniiPAST baa divided Prnflta on tight o^ca-.jo 
tluce lUcilabiistimeoi in 1 iib. " 

rM RonPlOS Fi-.vn divided amanj tbo Policyholders Iu 
18,0 amonntod to iho largo auru ot 483I.W1 18b. 
Ax.mial tHCoari upwards ol £700,000. 
iNvtsiEU Fc.vna upwurds of £1.000 000 

KOHKltT BUltNAUV Ageo,, 
Victoria 1! n. 



PncBHix FiiVlSnrance. 

COMPANY 

LOMBARD STKJSKTand UHAUIiNG OROSB 
LONDON. 

For Insuring every kind or Pr^perlv 
in all parts of the Woradiron 
Loss or Damage by Viro, 

'j'lHEPROMPTntJDlCANDL.IBJUtAU'r? WITH WHTfl. 
1 I'soiigngsuiiiuit aroalways met 1., ■ ni.,. wmL * 
well tnown.and tbo lmt»ortM^^fllY,JlI5l^^•ff• 
I'ui.licmayboiiallmuted rr^ ^,^^^ 



7,.7 , . ' '-'"gia nouuion to ttio li 
sapltal ,.l thoOompauy tho whole fortune, 
.iroprietora, composed ol '""iriunss 



— . IncmBrous 

rVhanu-aur<Vt"her"s Vn "tho'cnitad 'kEI i 9 *t* % 



luUpoaj*rve sottloull losioa 
to the Uoad Oillcolo u u 

' 



ui tho nioslfavoroi'lot 

Prompt cash payment ami i 
»i dcalma w.lboulrclcrricg 

tUto. and Parllonlarsal lav.uranoaa,, b , Ba4 „ f 

TU03. C. NU1-TAI.L, 

_ Agent, 
a», Government streol 

m Oppo si te Maauu ic Kail. 

I M P E R I AL ' 

FiRS InaSURA'aCE COJVIPANV, 

1 Old Ilioa.t Street and lo Pall Jlall, 
LONDON, 

INSTITUTED 1803. 

F , H!nl.u :VS r JU , 1 'u' !i! AIVI> OTHER 

a- Hull. Hugs. l.imds.U ares .Meruhainllse Hiinni., , , 

tan, sod Ireland and lo KosaSw JowSS, 

FHOU LOSS on DAMAGE BY F1BB. 

Subscribed and Invcstod Onpital 

One Million NU Hundred TUouaanti P.nejfc. 

u^V^ttato'" d uve ° lu,0 """«» « teob 

Will. UII, III TIIBT flcCtl. 

Ageuta lor lirlll.l, Columbia an' 

Waohiiigton Torrl ory. 

CITY OF GLASGOW 
LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, 

ESTABLiSaED 1S3S. 
IKOORPORATKD B? BPKOIAt, ACT UP PAIU.UUSKT 



6 ubncrlboil Cnpltr4l„„ 



. £(100,000 MI U . 



rp<» PABTIBH ABOUT RFFEOTINfJ 

J. an Assurance thin Company offers e v." v nd, kftW.l 

11 J 1S« u »?S A 

r.ui ElaC II i i' I I'll s..'a" 3c CO, 

AgenlB t or DrltlsbcJumblS. 

THE UNION INSURANCE COMITY 

OF SA.S FRANCIi'lCO 

INDIVIDUAL LIABILITY 
Capital Stock - - - $75<>OO0 

rorlnmrln 1 Me,cl, ? ndl.o, Tr.asnr., C„„„| U | llM , p,, 
Bts.so. lorlulortnatiou, RbIm of Prcmiuni 

cVC, njltlly to 

Ml »f WE. 9TAIILSCI.JHDT WIdq. 

WM STEINBERGER,"' 1 

ffbjleaalo nnd i-Xnii Dealer iu 

'VVines c<b ;Llq.uois 

■fOllNSOlt BTUEET, 
J tt -° B 'a Host to tb» lerry.Lan 



re 



THE BRITISH COLONIST. 



Thursday Morning, April 4. 1872 



Qualification «1 Voters' Aci. 

It would havb beoo Btrango Indeed 
if 'The Qunlifioation ntid Registration 
Ot Voters' Act 1871' bad survived with- 
ontaoacnti merit tho lirat BO-aionol a freo 
Parliament. Anticipating tbe popular 
wnntj 68 thoy have been eingularly 
fortunate in doingio rcoat maltors, tho 
Ministry bave nndortoken to cure bodio 
of the defects and remove rome of the 
of the blomiebe, ot Ihot Act. The 
Amendmont Act os it came from the 
Ministerial Lands, provided (1-t) tor 
tbo appointment of two or more Jftegu* 
trasfor any electoral District, aud for 
the creation ot Polling DitWow within 
the s»mo ; B ab*tiiutea the 20Lb July for 
thr 25th July for tbo publication by tho 
Collectors of the Voter's List J substi- 
tutes 'between tbe M day of August 
and the la*td«y of August inclusive- 
tor 'between tbe 10th cby of August 
and the last day of September inclosive' 
as the time tor holding tbo Courts of 
Revision, and red aces Ibctune of notice 
of holding feeta Courts from un dtji to 
five days ; substitutes the 14th bep- 
temoer lor the last day of Ootobsr us 
tho date limiting tbo holding of Courts 
ot Revision ; substitutes tbo 3Lst 
August for tho l4tb September as 
tbe day fixod for doiivery of Kovuod 
Lists to Returning Officer j BUbstUotes 
the 31st August for l4tb September 
astbe datoaficr which Buy election may 
take pluco,— It will bo Been that these 
changes conspire to enable elections to 
bo hold at nn earlier date thau forraor- 
]y, aud otherwise facilitate iho process 
in larger Diftriols. It must bo oouless- 
ed. however, tho gain in time is i.otvery 
great. In renpeet ot section 3 ot tbo 
old Act fixing the qualification of vot- 
ers the iollowirg ctiungoa are- mudo : 
—The value of freehold cstato is ro 
duoed from two hundred and fifty to 
one luQdred and fifty dollars ; the an- 
Dual value ot louseboid estate fiom forty 
to twenty dollar* ; the animal valuo of 
loasehold from lorty to twenty ; the 
annual payment for lodgings from 
iorly to twenty dollars } ai.d for boird 
and lodging from two hundred to one 
hundreddollars. It will thus bo seen 
that, with the exceptiou of freehold, 
tbe standard has been reduced juotone- 
ha!f, Tho only other changes rnado in 
this section aro tho introduction of tho 
words 'any bona fide resideut in tho 
Electoral Districts of Uartboo or of 
Kootonay' qualifying the holding ot a 
Freo Miner's Lioonte, and the exempt- 
ion of the Freo Miner from tbo condition 
cf possesion ot qualification for three 
months prior to making upplication to 
be placed ou tbe Voter's List. These 
ohaogeB %re all, us it ap'ioara to us, 
in the right dirootion ; but they do not 
go quite far enough. 

Electlou Regulation Act. 



New Advertisements, 



Mora than once since- tbe goncrnl 
•loctiou in lh:a Province we have taken 
oooaeion to point out the groat hard- 
ship of restricting decors in BOme 
of tbo larger Districts iu the interior to 
toting at tho particular polliag place 
at which they bad registered and no 
Other. Lu some iosinnce* an Electoiul 
District extends over an area larger 
than the United Kingdom , and it ode 
kappenod that an i-ltctor, al hough 
Beverut d -ya' j jurnov ii om his polling 
placo on toe Uay of eiec.ton, was quit t 
convenient to another poldng p'uoo 
within the Electoral District to which 
he belonged ; yot he could not be al- 
lowed to vole. It often happened also 
th»t the boundary Hub placed a Bettler 
very much fauber irom tbo polling 
place within tno division iu which b.s 
propony wan included than from ids 
polling pUco in un «dj«ceit division, thus 
oece«aiialii)?. a loon journey where a BDorl 
orjowoaldnuv8un-wBicdi.il the purpos* s 
under a more elastic provision. the ref- 
lation restricting «n elector to his own pol - 
iog place appear*, prima facie, fair and prc- 
por. Bui it is whao i.a application to tbe 
oUie ol Electoral DihIiic s adverted to-fljcb 
for instance, an the Cariboo Diftrio' a .d too 
Kooienay D airiot — comes to be co »id ired 
that the Hardship ol ibeoase is ondeistoood. 
With a «iew to overcoming tbifiiuconveiji- 
enee and affording greater facility to elec- 
tors in reincte and widtspreudi tig Dnt'iole, 
tbe Government novo iri'rodoo-d a Bbuit 
Bill entitled 'The Election Relation Ac, 
[1871 I, Amendment Ac, 1872," and which 
nas already passed tutougo n various (tagec 
This Bill enables »d sheer to voie at »n, 
polling placu within his Electoral D.Btiict. 
In this tbe Qoveromeni have, with bocoruicg 
promplit'Jde, «buv. u a pioper desire lo mt-ot 
the circumstances and just wan h ol the 
mote reoiotp Distiio's. 



A Ncviitt m bniTisii Columbia. — Pt 
Lady Lampscn. Direct from ihe celebrated 
manufactory of Jameu Salmon, Periorntinp:, 
Paging and Culling intichicce. Tho ahovo 
michmcB are un.d in tho largest Binderies 
in England, Canud.i and tho Eastern Stales 
farPerloratiup, Paaing or ouinboiiofi CbeqnsB, 
Receipts ami Blank bnoka. — li.T. Williams, 
at Moeara T N LtiOben & Go's. * 

Auspioioos 1872. — Its proecnt outline 
Blirouded in myalery like au impenetrable 
Vio'.orln fog, settled Bron aea and Innd, with 
oalij above bo clear and beautiful. ICach 
confleculive yenr liuce 1B58 tins appeared in 
various Joruia, with tbe sarna pertinacity, the 
n,nnouncement that Pocket mid Ullicu Diaries, 
a.ad Almaancs aro ready fur the Season.— 
I.N Hibbbn Si Co 3m* 

Rioh and rare are the suits tliev wear, 

Who buy ol David Ureen ; 
With'ii his sioro ti splendid mock 
Is always to ba eeen. 
■n By evwy mail,.tbe latest Btj lea 
Arrive Iron Bistern niiuta— 
r FinmNc» Yn'lr, Loudon, I'rutcc, Berlin 
jj^ And other fotalgn parts * 



If You Want a 
GOOD. GEN UINE 

VVHT.QO TO 

CRAIGG'S GALLERY 

WHERE ItEITIBKAtVUTB, 
HON TONS, 

UEITI UABDS 

/nJ every olhor may bo had at 1I0DKRATE PRICES. 
ap4 



Tlieodore Marshall, 

W[ 1,1. Ill VI IC OF WOITinTiriNG I'O 
big sdvanlage by writlcf! to Frank Campball, 
AdelphlO nier. Mbeolul bourd ot ho wan n tbo 
Uoulh of guiflnellc, 11 0. op-liliw 



NOTICE. 



3P O O LIU 

British Columbian Hotel 

FOIST HT1SEBT, 

Trlvato Ectranca to lillliaril Room, ou Droid strcot. 
ap4 



REW GOODS. 

-EX- 
Gungner, Xiady Lampson 

—AND — 

FRIKOE ALFRED. 

For Halo by tbo unJerslgnoJ, 



TEA — Congou No. 1 U.S. and Japan 
OATMEAL— ?cotcb, In Ulb and 251b Una 

IJO — CaMlorola In lOlbsaclra 
SUGARS— Sandwich Islands Noa. I, 2and S 

MO — Cal. Crushed do. In bbls and hlf-bb'.i. 

CCUKANTS— In IIdb and barrels 

HSU P— Castllo, Oook'B Mottled and California 

COCOA— Taylor's ai;d Fry'« 

ClIOOeiiATB- Taylor'a and Fry'i 

niVNTAKD- Taylor'a, In i^lb and lib Una 

H1VEBT Oil. — I'oaPol'B and PlaRnoll, qte; English 
iu pints 

FIGS.i'allana Raisins, I.ayor IinlEins, r iclt!»s 
OYSTERS, Lobsters, and a general assortment of 
t'ASB GOODS & PROVISIONS 

All ol nhlch aro offered at the 

LOWEST MARKET PRICES. 

AL^O— On band a largo Btock ol 

Liquors, Wines, Brandy, Rum 
Etc, Etc., Etc, 

JtULES ttDEFF. 

Victoria. April 3, 1972. ap4 lm 



The Otter for Skeena 

^^»T. _ UI1K II. R. CO'S STEAMER 

Banana OTTER. 

CAPT. B Q. LEWIS, 
Will sail Tor Skeena River, Sc., on Friday, tbo 6lb ol 
April. 

Freight mnst be down on the wharf by 12 o'clock on 
Ttiursday. 

I or Freight and I'assnpe auply on board. inti2-t 



SITUATION WANTED, 

L M.VtV ANI> W1FR, WITBODT IN- 

™ cumbrance, want a situation; ibo nouMn a 
rencral in 'oor servant and ibo man a». groi m or gir- 
li nr-r. No objection to the country, /.diren, "M.o." 
it this cmue. mbV3 lmdfcw 



New Advertisements 



SALE OF 

Householtl Furniture 

AND EFFECTS. 

Plummer & Pagden 

Are int-truct-d to sell at Mr. Booth's reei- 
slecoe, Fort streoi, below Quadra, 

On Monday, April 8th, 

AT 11 O'CLOCK, A.M. 

THE WHOLE OF THE 

Furniture & Effects 

COMi'IUSING: 

DiniDgroorn, Drawingroom, and Bed- 
room Furniture, Horeebair Sofap, Rooksr, 
Caneiieat and other Chsira Mirror?, Lamps, 
Ghsawarp, Crockoiy, Oilcloth, Mattiog, 
OarpBtP, Cornices', Curtains and Blinds, 
Largo Double Mahogany Bedstesd, Extra 
Large Picked Horsehair Mattrastfs, Large 
Feather Pillowp, B.da BeddiDg, Looking 
Glastie?, Toblea and Table Coverts, Large 
No. 9 Kilohon Stoyo and Fixings complete, 
and other Kitchen Ulensilp, Engroungs, &c. 

-AL?0- 
1 EngliBh Saddlo 

-ALSO- 
1 French Velocipede. 



ap4 



PLUMMER & PAGDEN, 

Auctioneers . 



AUCTION SALE 



HAVB EXOEIVKD INSTRUCTIONS r ROM 

THOS. HARRIS, ESQ. 

To sell by public auction on the pre- 
mises, Oovesnmont s'reit, 

THIS DAY 

Thursday, April 4th 

AT lO O'CLOCK, A.M., 

Horses, Oowp, Cait, Wugor, Hornesp, 
Saddles, Hr'dler, Superior .Side Saddlo, 3 
eet* Scales, 5nasop,o .Machine, Blocks, Saws 
Chopping Knives, Baskets, Pieklo Tubf, 



Etr., 



Etc. 



Etc. 



■ALSO—Tbe Eotire Fixtureaof tho Batch- 
er shop. 

J. P. DAVIE*, 



op3 



Auctionoer. 



FOR FOR HAND. 

» *ir TO| *, T1IK STEAMSHIP 



CALIFORNIA 

CiPTAlS rjATIS, 

Will leave Port Townaeud lor Tortland on ?atnrday morn 
Ing neit. 

I'Hip.'i g^r^ for Portland ,»r-r nt^annr Calirornia muat 
loavn by ibe Nor'b I'aaiflc lor Port TowneeuJ ou Friday 
moru'.nu. 

l-or frei.-bt tr passage upplv lo 

a- S It DU'inittCK k CO, Afents. 



FOR SALE. 

HEAD 3 YEAH OI.O STSiEIIH 
gQ HEAD OF COW'S Oc IIEBFKBB 

Eor partlcnlari apply to 

TntW FI.LIS, 
I'ontlcton, fooi of ukunasan Lak". 
April 2.1972. a[3 2mdiw 



WANTED. 



A «;|>C I. A KIM' I' II VICAR* OF ACR 
to atltit in a ,ui»ll family. Api>ly to "A.I!." at 
ThlpOUIcu. rah 19 



POTATOES. 

fSLAlVD POTATOES 

L For Palo by 

mhinini n LRNKVUr . Wharf atrf«t. 



New Advertisements. 



NOTICE. 

HAVINU HOLD US SltOA HAIKU 
bualnces to Meaars Oroonwood and Morlcy, (who 
will rrom and artor lb!a dato cirry ou tbs aboro busluCBS 
in all ita braiiclida) . aud thanking my nuuioroua IrlcndB 
aud patrons for their liboial support hi tho paat, I ooufl- 
doutly recommend MonarH U & 11 to their uotico. 

TUOS. BHOTBOLT. 
Dated March 2Stli, 1872. apli 

Greenwood & Morley 

MANUFACTOREHa OF 
SODA WAT K It, I.EMS»NAU1C, OIKOBB 
BISKll.Bi rTKHH AND ALL 
KINDS Ot< BVItLPS 

N. B.- Orders loft at Mr. Shotbolt'a drug utoro, John- 
son Btreot, or al tho nianuiaclory, coruci of Cook niid 
Yalca Btreeta, will recelvo prompt altcut on. np2 



NOTICE 

PEIIHOIVH INDEBTED TO TUB CIV- 
derslgned aro rrquosted to pay, and persona to whom 
tho undersigned la indebted to Bond in their account* OH or 
before the lot ti April next. 

J. D.PBHBERTON. 
March 28th, 1872. ap3 2w* 



HAY 



OF TUB BEST QUALITY, 
l'or t^alo by 

mb.l»Jm D LENEVDE, Wharf street. 



MANSELL 

AND 

HDLROYD, 

KKW AND SKC0NDU1ND ^ 

Furniture Dealers, 

COR, YATE3 & DOUGLAS Sti. 

UAVK R1ICE1VEU LARGE] 

Additions to their Stock, 

BT THE 

GUNGNER & LADY L/iMPSON. 



Frecob Cafetierap, 

Metal aod Bloclt Tin Teapo!*, 

Niekle Silver Desasrt, Table and Teaspoons, 

Table Cutlery and Revclviog Cru!t«, 

Enamelled Ware — A large asiorlment, 

Painted and Qalveriized Slop Buck9>B, 

Earthenware Foot Batbs and Slop Jars, 

FondoiBaod Fire Irons, 

Qotbio at»d 09al Tray^, 

Cbinawaro and Tea Servicep, 

Hrooras and Bmshea — a largo variety, 

Carpet*, Ruga and Door Mat?, 

Window Holland and Table Damask", 

Lookine-glassea ond Table Oilcloth, 

Whit 3 and Colored Quil'u, 

Croydon Sheeiing, 

Green and Scarlet Cuilain Damaslr, 

Tin Sauoepano and Teakettle!, 

Bufer Jare and Wire Dieb Coverp, 

AND A LARGE A f 60RTUP.NT CP 

House Furnishing Goods, 

Crockery, Hardware. &c. 

mh291m 



Notice to Carpenters. 

PT.AN9 AND NFEVIFIVATION«l ARK 
lo be seen ut my otllce ou Kano Blreet, where lenders 
w „l be receivod till 2 pm. on Tuesday the Bih day of 
w rli neit. for ihe rrectlon o( r Parsonage Houso lor tho 
isloian Mlsilun at Sumai, n. C. 
Hie lowest or any tendT not necessarily Btcepted. 

Tlloy. TMOUNCK, Archil- cl 
Victoria, V. I., March ,10ih, 1872. mh3t 



BOARDING HOUSE, 

KANE 8TKEET.3VICTOKIA, B,C., 

CONDUCTED HY 

Mrs F S Bushell. 

Every attention f lid to tho Comfort oi 
Boarders. 

Terms on applioatku se261y 




HENRY SHORT, 
Gun and Eifle Maker, 



HAS JUST HECEIVED IIY ISXI'KEsjN 
r*om lxiudou a well assor 



GOVERN SIKNT 3T, CNK DOOH FM PANDORA. 

II V IS J 

8 tec It or 

DOUBLE 4 SINGLE BARRELED GUNS, 

CUTLERY-Sportingand Prcket 
POCKET COMPASSES in Mahogany 
Cases 

CARTRIDGES for tbe cortral-fire breece-, 

loader 
HENRY'S RIFLES 
SMITH & WESSON'S PISTOLS 
COLT'S PIS I'OLS 
POWDER FLASKS 
SHOT BAGS 
POWDER HORNS 
DRAM FLASKS 
DOG CALLS 
FISHING TACKLE 
POWDER, BDOT&OAPS ja9 



DR CaONG, 



JUST AIMtlVBD FROM CHINA, PIIV 
uiciun, Surgeon nn.i Aocouchor, 
Cormorant Btreot, throe doors below Kwong lee's 
Kvery description ol Chinese aledlclnea lor s»[o, 
au2 Meolclnea Inst recelsed Irom China. 



To Families, Miners and the 
Goneral Public. 



Fell Finlayson 



WD0LE8AI.K AND IMPOBT 

F-A.OVtIl-.-Srr GBOCEBS, 

RK ritin'AKKD TO GIVB VVLL 

. Mrco to i ho recent ohinge In onr fiscal syiUm and 
purchasers will havAthe full benfflt i f such a 0haB|e 
upon all goods affected by It. Kamlllss requiring 



WINKW, SFiniTsJ, Ac 



Can rest assured that nono but tbe purest luirorted will 
bu supplied from our oalaMishniunt. 

Wo won d rail Ihe attention of rainllloa to a prepara- 
tion mudo Iroin Llmo Juloa as an txcollent aniDniur Hot 
orapo 

uiliSl 1 in FORT STREET, V. I, 



TO HE SOLI). 
a oottaOb fiano in good 

ordor. 
i'rlco very Hodoralo, 



this omen. 



SITIIATIOP! WANTED. 
a -v«>i;n« man of «ood oniitAO- 

tcr. ipply 10 A. It. at this (JfBoe, iiihte lm 



New Advertisements, 



Telescopes 

u lublora 

Toapota 

Table lltta 

Trombonec 

Tambourines 

I'edouiascopos 

Necklaces 

llrocches 

Jewol Cases 

Kurmon'.cs 

Metalapbous 

Concert'nas 

Cornets 

Walking Canes 
Masks 
Dominoes 
FishQlobes 
l'ropagat'g Glasses 
Glass Shades 
Scissor Bharpn'r8 
Nctdlo 'Ihrcadcrs 



LONDON BAZAAR, 

BRICK BUILDING, Cor Government and Fort Streets 

JUST RECEIVED 

EX ".LADY LAMPSON,'* 




SO CASES 

& Fancy Eoods 

Japanese Ware. Furnishing 
Hardware, Glassware, 

CANE SEAT AND MAHOGANY CHAIRS, UM- 

JBRELLA STANDS, LOOKING GLASSES. 
SHELLS, SHELL WORK ROOKS STATIONERY 
BHiSr ELATED JEWELRY. ALBUMS 
SCRAPS, PHOTOGRAPHS 

PICTURES MOUNTED & FRAMED 

WINDOW GLASS, ALL SIZES 

WH, J0\ES, Proprietor. 

Iel3 1 



Work Boxes 
Writing Desks 
Taney Goxes 
Scent Caeca 
Albums 

C de Vliite Frames 
i'teture I-'ramos 
Picture Moulding 
Mirrors 

Carved Brackets 
Flowerpot Covors 
Flower Tubes 
Toilet Seia 
Uair Brushes 
Cloth Brushes 
I'orlumery 
Vuscs 

Children's Tea 

Services 

Carpet Bngs 

Valises 

Mantlo Ornaments 
Fenders 




YATES STREET, VICTORIA.- 
Have now ready for sale a Large and Fresh Stock of 

Agricultural, Garden & Flower Seeds 

Including many freah introducliono to the Colony, among which aro: 

SUTTON'S RED SKIN FLCU1CBAL.L— Tbo hsjavieBt croppiog and best cook 
g Late Potatoe, 

Seed of tho GIANT ROCCA 0»!IO— The Largeet in Cultivation, 
CAItTfLIt'S GIANT SCARLET RUNNEB, 
WHEELER'S COCOAKUT CAR IS AGE, 
ROBINSON'S PRIZE <»X CABBAGE, 

LAXTON'S ALPHA PEA— A Dew blae wiiokled morrow, first early, 

LAXTON'S SE PRE IHE PEA— Aa early as Daniel O'Romke, very larga Poda 

LAXTON'S PROLIFIC EARLY LONG POD PEA — A second ear'y first olans 

A Large. Stock Early Rose, Brescc'* Prolific, Early Harrison, and other 
ts of Early Potatoe. f e i 3 , n 



V Z O T O FL I A. 




Ua\e tiicir New and carefully selected Stock ot 

Farm and Garden Seeds 

INCLUDING EVERY NOVELTY WORTH GROWING 

1ST o eacly For Sale. 

ALL SEEDS TESTED BEFORE SENT OUT. 

Tbeir Stock of Clovers, «*'rasscs, Turnips, A'c, are thia Seo6on Extra Fine 
and will be sold al 11 Redaction on loruier quotations of from 20 to 25 per cent. 



Jusl Received ex LADY LAMPSON, a foil supply of Lh Butt's Single and Double 
Row HAND SEED DRILLS ; ABERCORN GARDEN CHAIRS -Convertible into a 
Siep Ladder — and a variety of oilier Goode. 

Occidental Buildings, Fort Street, Victoria, BC 



TO ARRIVE PER PRINCE ALFRED 

DIRECT FROM CHICAGO AND CINCINNATI 

IOO.OOO POUNDS 




Expressly for the Mines and Up-Country trade. 

ASso-DOUBLE REFINED LrEAF LARD 

100 lb barrels and 50 lb kegs 
1 50 cases iu 10 lb tins, 
50 cases in 5 lb caddies 
25 cases in 2ilb caddies 
20 barrels Extra Clear Mess Pork 
20 hall-barrels do do 
Tho above articles were put up Expressly for this Market under 
my own direction, and are all of the very best quality, and -will be 
sold at a very LOW FIGURE. 

25 Tierces of DurHold's Celebrated 
^\aiag4saiL ra CDiato^Qsea Sffis^EtBragsi 2 

For which PHzo Medals wore uwardod at Worlds Fair, London, 1851, U. S t 
Agricultural Fair, 1857, nrtii Paris Universal .Exposition, 1867s 

J. EETW0OD, Pork Packer, 

rab26 YATES St., near GOVERMMENT. 



POBT OFFICES NOTIOB< 



Arrival and Departure of Mails at Victoria 
Post Office. 



Ejquimalt 

Siianloh 

Moichosin 

Nonaimo utni Way PortH . 

New WcfltminR'er 

Cariboo and Wuy Plpcea... 
Canadu, Great Hrituiu 1 
and Europe ) 



AHIlIVEfl. DKPAttTS. 

Twice Daily Twice- Daily 

Tlmrnduy Wednesday 

Mcnduy Tuesday 

Thursday Taosdiy 

W(i(lnn«diiy ond Saturday . . Tuesday and Friday 

Saturday Friday 

About 5th und 20th of [ 7th and 22nd of 

each month } Each Month 

♦ Uuitod States | Monday aud Thursday | Tuesday and Friday 

* Mails for Canada will also bo oent by thlsRonte, as well aB by tno Mail Steamer. 

MONEY ORDERS- 

MONEY ORDERS ON GREAT BRITAIN ISSUED AND PAID. 
OFFICE IIOURS-Fmm 8 a. m. to C p; m. 

FOR MONEY ORDERS — From 10 a. m. lo 4 p, m,, oxzapion Mail Days, wbon 
Money Orders will cot bo isoucd. 

HENRY W00TT0N, Postmaster. 
Post Orricir. Viotohu, 30th Augaat, 1871, sol ly 



THE BRITISH COLONIST. 



Thursday Morning, April 4, 1872. 



Auction Sales To-Day. 

J.P.DAVIKa&CD AYharl street Will boII at 

11 o'clock, nlthCEtore cf lbomas Harris, Es'i-, Gov- 
ernment SlreBt the whole of tho stock. Fixtures, 



(to., fiC. 



First Provincial Le-islativo Assembly 

FIRST SESSION. 
Wednesday, April 3, 1872. 

r-RlVILEGK. 

Mr Beaven said 'thut ho wna reported in 
tho Colonist ob voiio« wit 1 ! tbo ayes od the 
Lien Bin, wtiercna be voiod with tba onyf. 

Mr liubaon said be wtB reported in t'je 
Standard as not bavins » -.od at all od the 
Lien Bill, whereas ha had voted with the 
uajs— (laughter), 

UIBBiOK- 

The clerk read a message from IliB Ex- 
cellency the LiBUt.-«o»eroor calling ttlen- 
tiOD to tha fact that trie ttiird aecuurj of the 
Coosolid.ted Haveuue Bill a pushed by the 
Hoobb did not conform to the 54tb eec.ion 
of the British North America Ac', and re- 
comtneadiog that the sectfcn bo ■noadad to 
conform with the British Norlh America 
Act, or Btrickon out altogether. 

Ilon.^. liobarteon moved that the House 
so into eommittee on tha Masaage. 
' Dr. Aab opposed the motion for a oommit- 
teo without notice. 

Mr. Humphreys warned the Homo ftgainit 
bavinu, matches Blelen npon it. The rules ol 
the Boons requited that there- shall bb two 
days' notice boloro g*iug into oommillee. on 
auy question. 

Hon. Mr. Rcbeit'on replied that a mes- 
sage from tbo Lieotenani-Goveinor wart 
treated precisely as a tncssane f foin theCiueen, 
Which was generally acted upou at ouch. 

Mr. Robson stid it was compitJLt for the 
House to go ioto oommnVoa at once npjn the 
Mefsigo, or it might postpone action. He 
was in favor of immediate confiJerat'on. 

The House decided to go into committee 
forthwith, Mr. Hughes m tha choir. 

C0M8OL1DATSD REVRNUKi FOND BILL, 

Hon. Mr. MoCreight explained the irre- 
gularity in the third sedior, and in order to 
make it constitutional he moved an rtmend- 
meol fci ttte eDect " that no mouey-?ote 
shall originate with the Honse." 

A discusjion arDi-o 68 to the le Bhty of 
going into oommitteo on the mossaga withoat 
duo notice. 

Dr. ABh moved to rise and report progress 
,and ask leafe to sit agair. 

Mr. Bouatfcr roeo to a point of order. 

He wbb ruled oct of order, 

Mr. Buoater woold not be pat down in 
tait way. . 

The chairman said there waa no wish to 
put down the honorable membor ; but ho 
thought the honorable member was out of 

"m?" Banstorsaid a Indy (Miss Mille) had 
appeared at the bar ol the Uonse several 
times with u petition. Ha bclioved It to be 
a just and proper petition, and asked why H 
had net been read 1 

Mr. Robeon called for order. 

Mr. Bunster was not addreismg tha hoc- 
orablo member for Naoaimo, and would not 
coma to order ut Irs call. 

Mr. Robson replied th t the honorable 
momber for Victoria district should Dot in- 
sult an honorable member. 

Mr. BuostH said be bad no such intention. 

Mr. Huujphre5B ros-j to sponk. 

Tbe chairman called Mr. Humphreys to 
order, and put the qimtion to nee, which 
was lost — 18 to 4. 

Mr. Bunit.r again rose to order, and mov- 
ed that the petitiou bo receivad by tan 
House. 

The chairman— 'I his II a committee, not the 
Hou»e, and the pet tion tao'i be received by 
the commitiet). 

Mr. Booth dop.eea'.ed the opposition of- 
fered in ihis oommi'tee. 

Mr. Rib-ou naid the rnessafo was intro» 
duoed i'i a flu-ry, aod atieu tno Hou^e was in 
a hura. Some merubera were surpicious 
that someibint; wrong was about to be done. 

Hon. Mr. Kobor'.soD replied that the mes- 
sage could not be explained bettor than it had 
explained itvelf, and there waa no attempt 
to rush it rhrounh. 

jj/r. Robson slid be did not charge that 
there was any iuch attempt. Ua merely 
said thai there w»s a hum aod a b;zz at th- 
time, and that some honorable members did 
not aoderfltnnd the question when it was car- 
ried ioio commiiiee. 

Dr. A-ib complaioed that he could net uc- 
deiatand t ie bill utiles it wcro printed, aud 
he would ni t vote lor the omendmeu'. 

Mr. R. iSmiih referred lha honnrablo 
member lor (Jomox to t te j !th section of ihe 
British North Aoicrio* Act, where the seo- 
tion proposed to ba introduced appeared in 
print. 

Humphreys agreed with tha honorable 
member for Nanaimo— that tho state of the 
Hoosedidnot permit honorable members to 
understand the question. Ha intended, bow- 
ever, to support tt,c amendment, 

The amendment wusonied, and tho com- 
mittee rose and repotted tba bill complete. 

It wua reud a third tirno and passed. 

M KSHAilK-'. 

Hon. Mr. Robertson laid before Hocsj a 
message from His Exoolleooy the Governor 
enclosing a oopv ol .he Road Ordinance 
Amendment BiH, and suggesting that eeo'ion 
3 be amended »i as not t> sfldoi Ibe sittings 
ol the Courts ol Appoal. Tbo message was 
ordered lu come bolore tbo Commute* ol Ibe 
Whole tomorrow. 

11103 mills' petition. 

Mr. Bnnstsr moved that iho potition of 
Miss Mil 8 be now read. 

The Speaker— Will yen endorse it by writ- 
ing your namo upon the back J 
" Mr. linnst r— 1 have noi got it. 

The Clerk banded the petition lo Mr. 
Buoster for endoreemen'. 

Mr. Buosier— I asked to have it read, 

TAX BALK KEl'EAL BILL, 

Hon Mr. Robertson, from tbeSe'eet Oom- 
rniit'O to which was relerred Ibis bill, recom- 
mended its passage with certain amend- 
On moiion of Mr. Rob;on iho bill rrai or- 
dered to be eommltted tomorrow. 

CROWN LANDS ACT. 

Mr. C. Booth naked leavo to bring in a 
bill to amond this Ac!, (s'rtutid. 

runuc PARK. 

Dr. Ash moved that this Homo is of opin- 
ion that all Crown Land, eituato to tbeiouib 
of the Uity of Vietoiiu, beiwoen Beacon Hill 
and the mouth of Victoria harbor, should bo 
tesoived and set apart as a portion olthe ad- 
jaaont Public Bark. Tho hor. mover said 
that iho Hon. Chlel Oommi«ioo« had said 
that tho Ouvorumont would offer those lands 
for Bale* 



Hon. Mr. Walkorn interrupted and mid 
that be bad atited iliat the Government bad 
nt.t deoidod what they would do with tbcio 
landr. 

Dr. Ash proceeded to point out the necei- 
sity for additions to the Public Park. 

Tha Speaker hero called ttt:niion to tho 
fact that there w;s no MeiseogO'. 

Hop. Mr, Robertson siid that Mr. Frank- 
lin bad nsigued because he wasnot provided 
for in the Eiiiiinatcs as Assistant Priottr- 
The vacaucy vioald bo filled immediately. 

Mr. Robson ecpporied the moiion and de- 
precated the Bitablnhmeut of a cemetery on 
the spot. The wind nearly always blew 
Irom that direciion aoross tha city, and wo 
did not wish to bury our dead under onr nosea. 
To do so would prove a vary grave mutter iu- 
dtad. The land ou«ht ta ba devoted to the 
purpoges of o Publie Park. 

Hon. Mr, MoCtoight dtlinded the policy 
of the Govercraeut in establishing a ceme- 
tery on this land. Thero was nothing ol- 
bealtblul in residing alongside of one and the 
drainage in this ease was good. However, 
if tho lou»tion was found to be unsuitable, 
another piece would bn tiken onder the Puh- 
lio VVcrks Bill, which wonld come np for 
second readiug to-lay, the laDd now in 
question sold aod tha money derived from ila 
sale used in paying for land acquirod else- 
where 

Hon. Ai*r. Roborlson moved that all tho 
words in tho amendment alter ''it" be airuok 
ont and tha words 'lor the purposes of apub- 
lio Cemetery' be insemed. 

Hon. Mr. Walkern, altho' opposed at G s' 
to the planting ol a oemUery al tho moUtb ol 
tho harbor, remembered that the finest ceme- 
terits on the Uoniinoni wero ut the eutrauoo 
io harbors. There were no Crown Lands In 
tho viciDity, and beside', the Park waa dis- 
connected Irom theao laoda by private prc- 
pertior. 

Mr. Oeaven euppottoJ tbo view of thoboD. 
Aity General lo act apart the proceeds de- 
rived Irom the enle ol a portion of theaelacds 
io the purohasa of land for a cemetery. 

Dr. Aeh in reply, obsarved that tho grounds 
should bo used as a place of public reorea- 
lion and not as a oeineicry. 

Mr. Bunator moved that tho matter be tak- 
en inte cousidera'.ion tomorrow. 

Mr. RobsoD thought thai tho debalc should 
bo adjourned. II the pob'io of Vietorio 
know that thero was a proposition to turn 
ihia land into a cemetery there would be a 
very goneial feeling of iudi«nation. 

Hou. Mr. McCruight said there wna no 
intention to turn the land into a oemmery 
unless ii waa in every rtspect. It would be 
vested iu t uatees who couli acll it and usa 
lha proceeds iu purchasing lands suitable 
elsewhere for the purposts of a ceme ery. 

Hon Mr Robertson also explained that the 
lands would not bo m&do into ft cematerj 
unless it waa iu (very respect suitable. Tho 
proscut cematary would be closed on the 27th 
May, and if this amendment were not adopted 
the town would Iirto no cemetery. lie deam- 
ed the place suitable for ft carnetery; but il 
tbo amendment wera not accepted tho land 
might be sold and the proceeds applied to the 
general revenue. 

Dr Ash said tho Indian Reserve was the 
belt spot for ft cerneUry. 

Hob Mr Walkern— It belongs to the Do- 
minion Government. 

Dr Ash said the Dominion Government 
w;,uld give tha Reserve to the city if it were 
asked. Ho bopad the discussion would bo 
postponed till to-morrow. 

Mr Burster's naotion to postpone tho bill 
till to-morrow was carried. — 10 to 12. 

• HAVING DOCK. 

Hon Mr Walkem laid Che tenders for the 

construction of a, graving dock before the 
House, and they were ordered to bo consider- 
ed to-morrow. 

■ AWKERS AND PEDLARS. 

Mr Bunster asked lcavo to introduce a 
Hawkers and Pedlars Bill. 

Hon Mr McCreight said the resolution 
should be fixed in Committee of the Whole, 
which llr liunsler moved and the motion was 
carried. 

NOTICES OF MOTION. 

,1/r Jamicson — To move that a Committee 
bo appointed to inquire into and report upon 
the conduct of the two members tor Lillooet 
with regard to tho information given by them 
ot tho wants ot the Districts; Committee to 
consist or Rons MuCreiijht and Walkem, and 
Me.'sra Semlln, Robson, Ash and J. P. Booil). 

Dr A=h— To read papers in connectioa with 
Ooiiuec i-Sksena roads and trails. 

Dr Ash— That this House is o? opinion 
that it is tho duty of the Executive C'ouocil 
to adtise the (7ovoruor to niaka appointments 
Iroui fit and proper persons Id the Province. 

LL'NACr Ullh. 

The report ou this Bill was road a third tiraa 
and passed. 

COUNTY CODBTI BILL. 

Tho report on ibis Bill was adopted and 
lib Hill read a. third lima and passed, 
public wonxs BILL. 

Hon Mr MoCreight moved the second raad- 
ing ol the Public Works Bill, 

Hon Mr Robertson seconded. Cjrrled. 

Tbo House went into Committed, Mr. C. 
Hughes in Ihe Chair. 

Mr C Booth wished to etriko out that part 
of the oath taken by tho arbitration which re. 
f>T6 'io tho benefit derived and (o be derived.' 
He thought that in some casbs the arbitrators 
might calculate, tbo ben.'tits to be derived to 
such a degree as to bring in the owner of 
ibe land a debtor to Ibe Government instead 
of a creditor, 

Toe amendment wab lost, b to 7, and the 
clause passed as read. 

In clause 11 the "ten" was changed to 
" thirty " as tho number of days prescribed 
as tho time in which owner inml ollow lor 
bis claim to be examined before referring it to 
arbitration. 

In clause It!, instead ol the Arbitrators' ex- 
penses being fixed at $'i per day, the scale of 
(l'CS adopted by ttv< Supreme Court was fixed. 

The Committee rose al clause 17 and asked 
leave to ait agaiu at 7 :30 p. m. Leave granln 
ed. 



ENENING SESSION*. 

The House went into Committee on the 
Public Works Bill. 

Mr C Booth moved that clntiso 17 be struck 
out. Oirried, 

Tho Committee then rose and reported tho 
Bill complete with umendmenta, 

Tbo report was rsceiveol and ordored to be 
considered On Friday. 

C0MM1TTKB OP SVJPPI.T. 

Tho House went into Committee en tho 
Supplementary Estimates^ Mr Smiths in the 

Chair. 

Hon Mj Robertson stated that if thoso V,i- 
timates were pasBed it would leave some 
$1080 77 In the Treasury. 

Extra allowanoo to members from romt'lo dlstrlstt, 
$700. , 

Mr. Duck afik';d Inw It win Intended to spend thn 
amount. 

Mr. llobortiou— It wns to givoall tbo memliorH abort 
Now ffeatmlnater 10 ceuti a inllo each wuy »xira. 

Tba IK in waa passed, [hunter umi Asb only voting 
sgaliiHt It, 

Mr. Unraplircyi mid tint the thanks of Hie hou ruam- 
birsoftko Mainland were due to tba (Jovernment. U« 
blmaoll bad Done tooflur a. id bo wialiod tbo Item hid 
never beon put on tba estimates. 

llr. Aib lild tbu turn w»i llxod by tbo Constitution 
Act ana tiil^ ira improper. He iild tbu Chairman was 
burryliiK through lUollami tooUat, 

Mr. Walkem enld bo admired iba taste of tho hen moni- 
tor, who cried h I hear I ou Uio cccanleu of III tiolng 



conaldured beforo. On only one point had he known tho 
hon member eunalstont, rlz, rslslnj objections on hair. 
■ p itting techiilcalltlcn agoiuat everything introduced by 
tlio Guvernucnt. in fxvor of not one ujflul measure bad 
Ito known tho hon ini ruber 10 givu his role but ssilimi 
It. Ho explained that His Kluelleooy tbo l.ieut Ouvor 
nor saw Qi to bicreusa iho mll03«oto Mainland membora 
having boon bo advised by tbo lixtcatlvo Council. It 
was no motion made by any niemb-r of tho Huuso. 

Hon Mr. alcOrclghl anld that the clauao road from tho 
COL.a.ituuon Act referred to tho oOloera ol tho Uovem- 
mqnt, and the bon member for Comox Buroly did not 
mean to say that hon members woiooilicora of tba Qot 
ernmoat. 

Nr. Hnmpbrejri thought that the remark! by tho Hon. 
Attorney Geaural w ro perfeelly corro.t, and the posliiun 
tnki.-u by the number f,r fonioi entirely wrong; 

Dr. Ash mid ih»l notwithstanding Ihe remarks which 
had beeo passed , he coas'Uored be waa right. Hoaald 
that any ot tbo members tsklug this pay woro ineligible 
to all. 

Hon. Mr. Robertson said tho honorible membor was 
mistaken ; ir kits objection held goad, Ik.w wan It that 
tbo House was »blo io voto $1,000 to Mr. Speaker I 

Law tlcrk-$3Q0. Passed. 

l'OLICE iSD OiOLS. 

Constable at Burrard Inlot— Jl'iO. 

Hon. Mr. ltobertson explalbed that owlni te a mlstako 
in tho ottlmates JOOO only had been vHod Tor tbla |iur- 
l)c««, and ihli furthor amount was io put ibe c unstable on 
an equal footing with iho othur oODItables. I'assed. 
aoav.s and Taxus. 

Trail through Eagls Pnsa -$6,000. 

Hon. Mr. Walkom explained that owing to tharo being 
DO trnil through tills pass, a c mlraet to supply tho rail- 
way surviiyots With 135,000 worth of goods lud beta 
given to Messrs. Uppenheimer, st Colville, wbicb would 
haye beon gl von herj had this trail been made. Ho alsi 
hem d that otnor conlrao'S, amounting to $-2s,O0O or $J0,. 
000, wore to ba given out, and II this sum was vond, 
ibero would be a chauco of having thai money spent 
hero. » 

Mr. Mara slated that this p»sb was the only one by 
which there was scceai through tin Selkirk rani* from 
the ukanagao to I ho KamUops. Had thla trail baou made 
tnioe years ago, it would have paid lor Itseir twice or 
thiic.i o»er by mums e,f tbo Kamloops aud Bi< liend 
trade. Passed 

Nanaimo dintrict, ro.ida— $l,'i60. 

Uon, Mr. Walkem explained that this sum was adfsd 

to make a bndgo serous the M Ills traam and tbo road to 
Departure Bay ; also $160 for Qabrlola Island. 

Mr. Hobseu said lio lelt ihaoktul to tho Ooverument 
even lor line small addition to an appropriation still vary 
much bolow the Just wauls aud claims of tho important 
district be had the honor lo ro|)reaout. Ho had not beeu 
UDtniadful or tho i deroats ortho district, but Had coulio 
uad :n press them upon the at'.emluu of tue Executive 
outside, Instead of on tbo tloor of tha Uouso, wbcro tba 
checks Imposed bv tbo Constitution rendered any effort 
In that direction nugatory. In regard to the bridge ovor 
Nanaimo river, he loarned wlih extr.me regret that there 
was no an. pa ol tbo bridge being built this year. Tho 
Surveyor General had estimated ihe cost ot the bridge at 
Blx thousand dollars, tie, hlmsel', estimated it at three; 
but of course the Government proiorred to rely upon Ike 
eallmate ed its own ofllcer. Tlio briJgo was a wurx of lha 
mojt urgeat nece-pdiy, as the only meana of connecting a 
largo and nourishing settlement — aome seventy larms — 
with Nanaimo, and very great hardship aod oven danger 
acerucd. It was only ibe other day that tbo son of one 
ot these farmora c»mc near loaing tils Ufa Id ciossluj the 
river. 

Mr. Bunster, whllo rsvoring tho item, said tho bridgo 
Would cost $3,000. 

Mr Walkem— Will the hon. mimVor out it oil hla Dis- 
trict aud give II to Nuiisimo I ( loud laughter ) 

Mr Bunster — No 1 Noi You hsvo cut my District 
down too much n'ready. 

Mr. Humphreys wanted to know how It was alter ro- 
pree. nl u ions made by himseil and coHeanucB that no 
sum bud been put on tho Supplementary Eatlmatea for 
Lillooet 

Mr. Walkem said be had done all he conld In the Fxo. 
cutivo to have a sum put on tho Kstlniates-~but alter Ihe 
money had all beon voLed away, what could tboy do f 

] ho' Item passed 

Dr Ash w r bed to know why a sun had not been put 
on tho Esiiinatei for tho i-keona and Omisoca trails, ac- 
cording lo promise. 

Hon. Mr Walkem— Where and when did 1 mako pro- 
mises. (Cries of question.) 

Now Weaimlnitor District Koida $1,000. Tnssed. 
REVENCn 6KBTTCBS , 1871. 

F.xpcnsea of OfBcors on alnty, 1620. 

Hon Mr Robertson explained that these were princi- 
pally officers In Omineca Ihsinct. 

Prosecution and Interpreters Keos, $1,000 in exc3BS of 
of Iho aiitu ou last year's Kiiiuisies. 

Kxpeuaos afJudges and Reslatrars on Circuit, $13$. 

Criminal i'uidshinenta, $17 1 74. 

PCUOI XND OAOLS. 

Keep of Prisoners, .to., $1'J.'200 00. raised. 

BJEXT. 

Gaol, Nanaimo, $fifl Ort. Ta sed.; 
Odlce, Omintoa, $ 00. Passed. 

TKANSPORT. 

Ramlttano5 ofTrcasuro $140. Actual travelling «x- 
pensea of UUlaars on duty, $-1,1150, lor Messrs. O'Roilly to 
Omlnecs, ami Bu3hby to Tsle, who wero allowed $b per 
duy travelling expenses, besides their pay by order o 
UoTOruor Mus.<rave. 

Travelling oxpenses, Members of Legislstlvo Council, 

less. 

Theso itias aftor a few questions for oxpianatlon woro 
pxued, 

ko.ids, sTRcnrs, ash nairxus. 

Mr. Mara moved tliesoall be voted in ono lump. 

Dr, Ash wished before tills was passed to ark the Chlel 
Commissioner II Ihe $3,tl0 for ,-koana had beej spool. 

lion. Me. Walkem— II the bon, gentleman bkos to come 
Into my office at proper houra, bo can see the wholu of 
tba papers aud tenders. Borne tenders hud been given 
out, but the work had not ooeu dono as roqnlred by lou- 
der, and had not been paid lor. Instead of allowing tho 
Government to be robbed and SWln Hod as tha bun mem- 
ber seemed lo Imaj'.ua, ho had pranote. I It. II ho had 
a[,owed tho work to bo paid lor, the hon. gcuilemsn 
would Ii ivu sai 1 no was net lit for Ills position 

Dr. Ash wished tbo words of tlio Hon. (Jhi«r Own- 
mlaaionor, speaking of curiam ouisid -ra as robbera aud 
swindlers, to betaken down. 

Disallowed, as business bad boon transacted sii.ee the 
words were uttorod. 

A'tor ccrtiin questions the whole under tliid head were 

piSHed. 

MIS01XUX1OOS BCavtcr.^. 
Aaer expliuations ef each Item, woro piss d. 
I.siuacsT 
On temporary loans, itOj. 

DEPOSITS. 
i other, 82038 68. 



Gity Council. 

Wicd.nksdat, April 3d, 1872. 

Tba Mayor took tho Chuir at 7J p. in, 

Communioalion fiom J. P. D.ivics Sc Co- 
nciifyiog tba Council that Iho Cattle Yard 
would not be at iho disposal of tho Corpor- 
ation after the end ol Jnnp. 

Accounts from T. Cra»ic», $5, H. O. Tie- 
demon, $10; H. P. Heiateiuian, S30; Thos: 
Story, ?31j T, N. Llibber, 317 38; were 
tefetred lo Finance Commitlec. 

Tbo Poundkeepei's report lor jMirob. wea 
road nnd accepted. 

Coun. Gowen s t id tlio poundkoeper was 
badly io want of assiitmce in impoundiug 
aoimalg. He was a hardworking officer and 
frequently paid money out oi hie own pocknt 
for an assistant. Coun Gowen wonltj give 
notice ol a mi tion In inaroaso the salary 
from SiiO to SCO per month. 

Tha Com. on Jamos Bay drain was grant- 
ed 'urther limo. 

The Mayor presented tho bonds of the 
Rato Collector, Clerk nud Fonndkeeper. 

Tho Clerk produced a etntemeoi ol aocoums 
from Not. 7th. 1»70, to Feb. 27ih, 1872, 
shosring reonipta 1 rem all sources to be $115,- 
535 41, and tha oxpenditureB $15,632 67; 
leaving a balance ol $2 84 on band. The 
liabilit ea of the Corporation oie 81383 i2. 
The meets of the Corporation are upward* ol 
$4000. 

Coon. Robinson eaid that lbs exhibit 
wbb naf : sfactory, and that as soon as a stxli- 
meut of aisels tiad boou furnished the state- 
ment would be published. 

The Olerk said all cocofsiry infermalion 
would be ready by nest ineeiingol tho Couc- 
oil. 

Coun. Gowen moved lor tenders to re- 
pair tho ois'eru st lha cornor ol Govornmont 
and Yut?s etrceie. Carried. 

Coun. Robinson ngain culled aitcntion lo 
tho daogerou» :tne ol a sidewalk al ibi top 
of Fort ttreoi, and moved that il be repaiied 
by the Corporoiioo. Cairied. 

The Muies. Urns.— A forlh petition from 
these ladies was banded to the Astembly 
yesterday. The Truo-Blue member for Vic- 
toria District, with accustomed pallnntry, 
moved that it be road ; but upon the Speaker 
requesting tho hon Rentlcaiau to endorso 
il be declined, and tho laugh wen t'ng" inst him. 
The petition is said to abound iu absurd 
charges against high oflioUlj. 



InleaUlc t 
Ttaoao ifms pi 
Tbo Uummltle 
plote and tho Hi 



! and 
.djour 



i Estimate 



Dkparturk o» tub E.irKRPgist. — A. largo 
conconrse assembled oa tho Hudson Bay 
wharf yesterday morning to witness the do. 
pnrture of the steamer Knterprisn having ou 
board Mr Trntch's Burveving party, number- 
ing between GO nnd CO. Amongst them were 
Messrs Tratcb, Dewduey, Ilurd, Pindar, Thaia 
Uormixn, Galley, H. Riebardson, Leigh, aud 
Orf.ep. Thero wore aluo toveral passengers 
bound for different pans of the Provinea; 
among tbera we noticed Mrs, Dswdney, T. 
Bishop, J. Buolb; and others. A large 
t[tiantity of freight waa shipped, part of which 
consisted of a large waggon and agricultural 
implements for Mr Lawrence, tho repaired 
Shalt of the slea ner Onward, two horses and 
between 20 and 30 head of atoek for Mr. J. 
Booth — a young farmer on the banks of the 
Fraeer. Orviug to the large amount of freight 
to bo shipped tha steamer did not leivo till 10 
o'clock. 



Tu batiib Last Evimsa,- Tho Teutonic and 
Ethiopian Burlesque Troupe repeated fbeir 
eceentricitiea last evening before a delighted 
audionce. The songs were particularly fine 
and tho acting of Missel Armstrong and Fitk 
and Messrs Wallace, Laikiu, Nickeraou, I'ar- 
kcr and others was greatly applaud'-d. We 
can ussure our readers that the performance 
is entirely unobjeclionnblo ntidthat nothing la 
eaid or done that would bring a blush lo the 
faceof the most refined. Uu and hoar NiO« 
kerson's great political speech this evening. 

OaseiNiTV. — A hnckmau, in the presence of 
ladies, children and a crowd of men and 
boys U3cd profane and obscena language for 
n long time yesterday afternoon at iho corner 
of Vates and Government streets. Unfortu- 
nately, before a policeman who had been 
sent for oould roaoh the spot the fellow drove 
off It was an exhibition not often allowed 
to p&bb unchecked in an English oily. 

Diiaticd in Uoornixo.— Upon tha receipt of 
the intelligence of the death of Profcsioi 
Morse, yesterday, Mr Jungerman, Manager O 1 
the Victoria Office, clothed tho instruments 
in the sablo drapery of mourning as a mark 
of respect to tho momory of tho groat man 
who has fallen. 

We draw the attor.lion of our readers to a 
now kind ot sweetmeat paoparod by Mr. A. W* . 
Pipor callod " Golden Cream Candy." The 
eld saw say. "Taste and try hoforo you buy," 
but wo ndviso all io buy at once, for wo are 
sure they will like it. 



Agricultural Implbmknts. — AbA sign of 
the progress tho Mainland is making in agri* 
cultural pursuits it may be mentioned that 
tbo Enterprise yesterday carried forward a 
anmbcr of reaping, sowing and thrashinj 
machines and maoy plows. They are mostly 
destined for Yale and New Westminitcr Dis- 
trict. 



IUnasiD.— Tho Provincial Secl'y yesterday 
informed the House that Mr Franklin in con- 
sequence of a larger Bum not having been put 
on tho Supplementary Estimttos for him as 
assistant printer, had soul In his resignation, 
Mr Partridge, we believe, has taken his place 
at Messenger to tbe Assembly. 

DgATK or Piiovkseor Morse. — Profsssor 
Hone, the great electrician and inventor of 
tha tslegrapD, died on Tuesday in Now York 
City. He had attained to great age, nnd is 
said to have po'itessed more "decorations" 
than any man who ever lived, 

April. — Mr. P. S. tUuhell has laid od our 
tablo a vnlse entitled "April." Itetotnsto 
be simple but oharmiog in its timplicitv, re 

mindiog ono ol tho reft ir.phyr, so Irequent 
io tho tbonth alter which if is named. 



Polios Court. — At this institution but 
lit'.lo was done yesterday, An Indian whoee 
wife was stolen by a wbilo man broke tho 
windows of the room in which tho pair wero 
lie was discharged with u caution. 

The Crickot .Vaich is postponed until Sa 
furday week, owjog to tbo eipoctc-d arrival 
ol the mail elenmr.r. 

Tun Grappler, for tbe Hastings Mills, tow- 
ing Iho Augusic, sailed ot 10 yeslordsy 



Extra Milkaqb, — In the Supplementary 
is tbo sum of $750 for extra mileago to mem- 
hers from remote Diatricts. 



Empty. —The town is gradually becoming 
emptied of miners, 

Tun last Aessmbly ol ihesoason took i lace 
last evening, and w.b olimly a tended. 

Tub Prince Alfred baa 70 passengers and 
250 tons of freight. 

Saanicu Road. — Work upon this road will 
be commenced immediately. 



SPECIAL FU lilt DAILY BRITISH COLONIST. 



Europe. 

Wakohhtir, April 2.— A large dopulallon ofConsorva. 
Uvea inarched in procession to-day to Fomara (jardon, 
wboi e they presented an address to Disraeli, oxpre-slng 
a bnpo tkat lie will soon corao into powor n)r.iin. Iu 
Bpilu ot a iieavy snow storm, Iho BllcndsEGQ at the* pre- 
Bantallon was immense. Dlraell wns repealfdiy oheored, 
luuny bouses In be vicinity wero dresse I with II igp. 

I'akis, April 1!.— Tlio tr.al Tor libel cast. General Tri- 
chu against Figaro, Is ended. The defeiulnuls were ac- 
quitted on the charge of libel, but wore lonnd guilty of 
Insulting a sutnmuuB In in Government, and wero een- 
leuced to one ki ou'b's Imp icoum'nt and a Alio of 3,000 
franca. 

In the couiso or bis address vesterday beforo Iho As- 
sembly, Thiers dcQned tho attitude ol Krance towards Urn 
Spauish crown. Ho declared that it wua lo iho lniemst 
ol Frano i to keep Amadous on Uiu throne, because Ins 
overthrow would h ad lo a rovolullin. When tho inhao- 
Itantsbaveto choose between a i'ronclior German na- 
tionality, It la laid noarly all deterceloot lo ndhcro lo tho 
French nationality. 

California. 

Pas Francisco, April 3.— Col. Whipple urrlvid from 

I. ono Pine lust night, aud prooeeded to Vallejo to visit h a 
family, iiuwlll call on lha Mayor to-day, to rsk him lo 
mako an appeal to the citizens Iu beball ol auRerera by 
the lato cartliquako. 

A woman kaown ns M's. Barklowarde, living at No. ID 
Suitor stroot, was shot In tlio head an t aide ova man 
named WI llamson, last night. Bno wan found on tno 
Hour weltering In blood, ti.o man made lim escape, Ho I 
Is said to bo a rijeole 1 lover. 

Iho oltlzens oraevenih Ward licld a meeting last night 
and novo a concert on devila l> idles, lln cms rum lioniB, 
and burn. d iho efllgli-a ol S^uatort-argeut andothera con- 
nected wllh lha tioat Isianu Bcbemcr] and donouueed 
them aaeocmlea to iho State. 

Tho bi earner Prlnoe All red, for Victoria, wltli ihe fol- 
lowing passengers :— I N. Brads troc t, U. L. chapman, 
w. uohercat, B. Blumauer. Mr. Parsons, Miss M. tiour- 
glll, .Mrs. .) Kannp. Mrs. O. Spouo r, Mia It. B. McMt. k- 
log, Mrs. Dr Allan, It. S, l!ow. S. L. Harks, Mr. Uiuis.n 
audwifs, Mr. Closrhue, John Fra-.ar, C. ev. Bead, C. 
King. IV. noyd, s. King, Isaac lhnker, W. Olendenls, 

II. King, S. festal, Mr. Aluop, aud 41 paismgers iu the 
steerage. 

A. Gilmork, Mbrobant Tailok, and Gen- 
eral Oullittor, lias removed bia place ol buei» 
nobs to tho etoro adjoining ihe Colon ial Hoiq 
Atid opposite tbe Goloniat Oliico, ou G,)sern» 
mcnt street,foonb door from, Yutos, where he 
proposeo to give bia eld tiands and new 
cu3tutiiers a chance on tho prinoiplu of quick 
uIcb and >s re a 1 1 pr- fits. * 

Fell's Coffeic, 8'ienor lo any othi'r 
innnulactnred o;> the Coarjt, may he ob« 
lainod ol all respectable deeiera ihrcugboot 
the Colony. 

Rsuembkr tiiu Fatk or Absalom, — Fred 
Payne, Tonsorial A'rlisf. Shaving 12} ccTto 
Hair Uattiog2S cents, Shampooing 25 ctiist 
That Uriitiual Ghcnp Shaving Shop etnud 
on tha sunny eida ol Johnpon treet. * 

Mes. Linob's Dancinq Academy in tho 
Ryal Exchange Hull contimies to nltno 
arge und respectable assemblies of ladiV nr.d 
gcnjlcmcn. The regular clans evecin^p die 
Tuesdays und Fridays, Irom 8 io 10. The 
elafs is Hnd will bo always kept in a foost 
saleot style, 



Auction. Salos. 



fLUMMEfi & PAWM 
Auotionoors 

APPRAISE R3, AC0OUNrAIIT3 & 
COMMISSION AGENTS, " 

.V/HARP ST, VICTOHIA.n 

T)E«3 TO ANrVOPWOB THAT TU R V HATS 
-D taken tho largo bulldlnafon WbarT street, opiiatitu 
tho lot ol Yutes street. From ilioir longtboiied „> 
jiorleneo in tho above branches of business. uuJ lio 
promptness and attentlou Ihoyhopo to sen- « n share of 
the publlt support. 

Slocks, Stock In Tride, or Fumlturo purchased for 
Cash 

Liberal advances nindo on CorBlgnmeiiU. 

Books kepi or audited, balance sheets made ont date- 
iiieiits prepared nmi a goueral aocouutanl's bin-dtio--., con. 
Qdontlally trantucted Hp 4 i m 



Tns whole of the stick ol Dooto & Shoes 
in Iho Show window of H. Mansell's Boot & 
Shoe Store, Government t-trott, are of Cana- 
dian Manufacture— call and examine them. 



Old Song to a New 
Tunc ! 

TELL ME, WHERE IS FANCY BRECA)0 ? 

Tho auswor Is general, al tho 

Kew England Bakery, 

GOVERNMENT STREET 



W. HARRISON 

FORT STREET NEWS DEPOT, &o. 

HOVKH BV ATTENTION VtVWClTV 
and cheapness to merit a share of iho pub lio pat- 
10 " n ^ mliS 



ittd euiiscrlptioiis are rcspeetfu iy s jllcilod. mhB 
1AS.I ,IJf « (Via MICE TliK 8I»7-X'IM KN 

• Numliers efU„w Hellsniid_\Ted lug Bella. m b8 



c 



OIV AWDAPTEIt TJSE iSth INST. WE 
shall 

Increase Ihp HEIGHT of our LOW IS 

OTOG To; Tel E 

Duly being H«>isiiitc«1 on Flour I 

BY TUE AD PTIIN OP TnR 

CANADIAN TARIFF ! 

0Vb89 TOCrV(3 <% WHITE, 



A GRAND FETE 



BAZAAR 

Under lha Patronigo or 

H. E. THE LIEUT-GOVERNOR. 

Will take place at tlioj 

NEW CONVENT 

For t'.io 

Benefit of the Orphans. 

-UN- 
WEDNESDAY MAY 1st, 1872. Ki 



a 



LAST NIGHT'S DISPATCHES. 
Maslirii States. 

Nsw Youk, April 2. — The Connecticut eleclloi creited 
but Utile excitement in this uity. DUpatchea siy that 
the probable m ijorllj o 1 Jewell is beln-een two slid Uireo ( 
huudredovor both opponsutB. Tho voti is S.0U0 it-is 
than laat } ear, The reformers rato far below tUtff re- 
puted Btrength, 

Tbo Wot lu saya Unit tho libornl ropublloans dll not 
glvfl much support 10 Denis ; they smned utiwl ling lo 
pari with the Urunl wing until after tho Cincinnati con 
ventlon. 

WASUirtsTON, April 2. — At a cabinet meulleg today, 
all the meujberi were preseul. Tlio loiter of l.oid Urnn 
vide lu reply to Secretary Fish waa read, occunyiug sal— 
most tne fiiiiio aasalon, Parllculara of little amount can 
bo aacertalnedf as caDluet members dec Ino to cji.veree 
un the subject. It ii kuown, however, from reliable 
s.m ces, lhat tho letter of llrauviile is In character ol ar- 
Kiinieiii ii-alust iho olttlmaof Hi" Unitod Btates for mill, 
reel dBiiiiige3 ; aud liinl il is Oriu yut Irlcnd y In III ex- 
prosalon, The bops la expressed tbai both nallous will 
come lu an uuderslsndlug which will eventoally carry 
out the Troaty ol yVa<hlngton according to whal Uio llr t 
Isli Uovernmont believes to be Uii true intent und nie.ni 
lug. TbeSeoretar* ofStalo will not reply to Grauviiln 
for soino time, as tltne is required for tbo due oouafdSra 
tion ot tho points and arfumentfl at U'' diploiuatle latl-'r, 

Tho Secretary id thaTruasury decided that Iho Inoox.o 
tax on the ami. ry otiho President or the United- Si atea 
and Judges ot tlio tupreaio Court is unaonilitnltonal, and 
lhat Ibe same be refunded aud not boraaflor Imposed, 

Qenerala Sheridan and Anger have been directed by 
ora>r of Iho War Dopai loient, to ubb extraordinary edorls 
to oaplurq iin-l turn over to iho civil authorities for trial, 
the persona who made a raid on Texas from llexloo, 

Admiral Fausliaw, oflba Ilnil-h navy, was presented 
to tli" Pn sideni to day, 

Nbw Vqag Uarch'J.— Prcfeisor Uorao died ihla even- 
ing at I:3», 

Il In reported that SIPs Kellogg rails on the 18th Inst, 
for London, to 11 1 an operatic oogsgement with Mabel 
sern, 

Fred Ilegglo, of 2u3 Rist Houston slrecl, bus been n-r- 
reitod on uuspletou of having p>iisnned n man named 
Blegrlalled, who "led in his house thirty yeara ato. Iho 
body has been exhumed, and an investigation will soon 
bo hold, tflejtrleltad'i frijnds say his Cither owned some 
property which by a begin will went to Heglla, 

Jack Hoi Icry, Known as a member of the swamp fang, 
being Una momlug refused a d'luk of liquor at a iloie on 
William Stiaet, threatened Iho baracepur, who shot Uol- 
llney, killing him Instantly. 

A vague rumoi o\ys Ucn' tal Dll has resigned iho Pre- 
sidency ol tlio llr o railroad. 

Wii.wai'kib, April ti — Al 12:.1l) to day, a (V„ broke out 
lu llyo'H' whol'salo aud rct.nl hameil shop ; tb«t bnl d- 
lug and Btrlekland'a boojestoro w«ro eonsamcd, The nro 
Is spreading bolh nays ; tho loss will b j heavy, 



GUY HUSTON 

AM RECEIVED BV EXPRESS A LARGE 

assortment of 

FISHING TACKLE 

COMPRISING; 

Spoon BSulrn, 

L.linerlcl< Dlnoka, 
Ktrby Ho.iIih, 

l- xetor Cod Hooks, 

'I i-nlliuu Kudu A- LinrM, 
Cnledonlnn Bnlts, 

Arclilinedlitu ItniiH, 

ajlik oV Jgiilr Ply Liar a 
etc , Jtc . A-c. 

-ALSO— 
H^OBtenholm's Pocltci Kiilres, 
Ilktcher Knives, 
Do« Cnlla, 

Hollow Ground ttnaors 
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL. 



oliBt li 



v.vv uusToiv. 



THE VICTORIA 
ASSOOIA.TJ.ON. 

ST NIOHOLaa SHALL 

GOVERNMENT STREET. 



IlII>XIi OPEN 

From 10 n. m. lo I 'J in i from Jt.'tO to ,1 p. ml 
ftlniidny, 1 hiirisilny nnd Mltllrdtiy 
Evenings, from 7>jt« it). 

AdmissiOii, 25c(s 5 Dso of Skates 25ctSi 
MONTHLY TICKETS: 



AN ASSOnTBIKN'T (tBr>'B' ATIONKKV 
h) ordered and wi.l bctofd nt tho lowest possiole 
prlc e - mbi 



/-1HBAP KVITIONeJ OP NtLW VVOUKS 

Kj c llit.nitlv r-ujipll.-l. 



Q BKTTiBMEN , 

LADIES 

ICNTI.KMAN AND LADY 
vneiisl 6th, IH71 



.$r, 00 

, 3 00 
8 00 



AHN0U1T0E MEAT ! ! 



M'. 



CANADIAN TABIPF I. 
Eeduced Prices ! 



PROMIS & SAUNDERS 

BEO TO rKFORJII TRB E I It I'ATMOfVB 
an J friends Ih it they now clfjr their 

WELL SELECTED STOCK OP 

Groceries, Provisions, 

L1QUOIW, &c, 
J^-T REDUCED RATES 

In accordance with tbo 

NEW TARIFF 

N. U.-S00 CASES BEIl.VARD 01.0 TOM FOH SALE, 
Miners and otbera proceeding to Omlncca c»n be BUt»- 

pllod with every icqulsitefor an ouiut at the Lowest 

V> hJltBulo Hates. 

PHOJlfS & S lUNDEllI, 

inb2 « »md &w Johnion Ftrect, victoria. 



PHOTO GIUPniG GALLERI 

JTOttfV.SO.'V ST. NEAR DOUGLAS. 

ALL KINDS OF 

PHOTOGRAPHIO MATERIALS 



On hand nndfnr ale at I ow rates. 



J.-130 



ItH. II. W. TITHIVUK ni(<38 T«» HIV. 

lorni Iho ladies ol Viclorla nud vieinliy that hh- s 
iw prepared >n fulll I orilurs in 1 n-ss .-.nil Ooiaet inuk" 
lug with dUpaluh and nl bcr USUll Low H-Uck. 

North Park Htreet, near j-t. Ixuiis College, Vlotorla, 
B.O. inh2< lm 



THOIvias HOD&ES, 

BAZEB <5c GROCEB, 

COSNhR OF DOUOLAI AtTD' PANDOE A STI1K£T 

BRBAU sSc CJStOOfcgJJES 

nrPfo^r 011 bt aj ° art t0 »"> P art ' ' »'° O'tJ- "I EE OF 
CUAR(,|-, )c21 

JOHN VAUGHAIM 

SBUTCIIERgt 

^ORIENTAL MARS3T, PORT ST. 

TltR KENT Aatt ORTUBNT OF ISLAN'T) 
und Mainland Beef and MmUiu constantly on ban J 
Hotels, IleBlanrante, Fain i| , »„,| ,-tn , u ,„.. „, lpi ,] ie ,i 
allho sliorlrst notloe, and mo.its delivered to all narts 
of iho oily Iroe ofchirgo. m , ll5 1 



-I ' ' 



THOS. WILSON & CO. 



HAVE JUtT REOBIVED 



Ex FEIF0E AIMED 



TUE lit FISET INSTALMENT OF : . 

New Spring Goods, 

: C<*.'V.'«itI-r! E, , V«J OFiJ 



Plain and Fancy lire's Stuff', 

Fancy Ororsk-ru>, White I'ucko 1 Fklrllngs, 

Lac- Sna««lp, Mantle Hollsnds, 

Hosiery, Oloves an I Gaunl ets, 

And a cheap lot ol Lidio-.' Helton Hotli jn C u ls. 

AI^U IN! STOCK 
Irish Poplins In nil colors, tll.ick -ilk.-. 
Lace Curtains, Malteso ,v Valon -to-.e-i LiosS fnsartloa 
lliKlin h.L?lui;s, I-.imov O it Ion T-i , min-s, Fluwors " 
Ijicc Husl n and i rochet lies nnd Collars 
l-aecy c-ilk i?carl?, &e. 

MASONIC HA.LI, BUILDIiyiis 

ti II V JC Ii N .TI Ut\ T NT KB ET, 

jmhi-T VICTOKI t, B .C. 

WOODCOCK & GO. 
Woodcock^ Landing, 

SKEENA RIVER, 

r?OR(VAUOICICM BMM,KIW ¥V 

f ^ every description of Onoda Tor the upply or ir.riiss 

Omineca ilincs ! 

, freight and Passenger Boats l».iv« 'he Landing f or 

Passage, with 103 !b3. Freight, $5 00. 



Ex PRI ffO! A LFRED 

SEW POTA PUB!*) 

VJIUlTlOUAMCieil, 

IaBiTlONS &, i.SMlL'i 

BAMTJiUtV CHEST .V UTS, 
ICItJKOstV ,1UT«, 

wa i, v iu r», 

AJLHOrx DD.sbo. 

lor Sals eheap nt 

'I OWNS END'S, 
m "23 ""ofialreot, 

Harmonimii For Sale-; 

HArf»<«OiUU KOMBWOOD CAtSE, NIWB 
tlopo, Huttablc for a Church or Largo Half, Apply 



rt Mieet, 




NIEBSTRINER, 

LI E B F R A U ENMILO , 

MAR0OBRUNNER. 

Ex Prince Alfred. 

FOR SALE v,\\ 
STUAKT^KBAST 

. c;ti .t 



- 



Hotels, Saloons, &c. 



■aHOHDaouMUwanou 



St. Nicholas Hotel, 

GOVERNMENT STBBE-, YICTOKlA, V 1 

.hlsEstabllshmonl 

I, n ow Open for the Reception of Guests 

Andls rcoorjinendod to tho Traveling Public, as > 

riRST- CLASS HOTEL. 

THE BOOMS HAVE ALL 3KKN 

REFURNISHED. 

And particular attention I a paldto 

OLEAKLINESB AND GOOD OSDEB 

APARTMENTS will no l et h Y tno DAY.WKKKJ *. 
MONTH™ a Great Reduction from FormerK»t e s,and 
^& iwiMt«J l« l»«l'eot the Ilote' bo'.oro Beck., 
gin accommodation olscwhoro. , .... 

J, MlJS-i'* 

noMlm Propjdofcjr^ 

Market Exchange 

FORT STPwEET. 

THE AIIOVK PKEB1ISE8 AI-K NOW 
open With an outlro new sleek of 

WINES, LIQUORS, PORTER & CIGARS 

(No belter Ibnn anybody else's) 
PA' O. K. HUDSON, Prop"- 
tgfc, No Brass Band or BrgUS Rattles. " iliS 



Business Cards. 
Best Quality ONLY. 

FOB 8ALF. AT 

S PI? OAT & GO'S WHAEP, 



By R.SBABROOK, 



Coil OUleo, SIom atreet. 



ijtent. 



OMINEOA SALOON. 

Corner Government & Johnson Streots. 



MB. GEORGE JOHNSON HA* INJ3 PUR 
chased Iho above, with Hie Goodwill ol the same 
rom Mr. George Mason , begs to inform ilio pubic ttiat 
tbu boat ol 

WINES, LIQUORS AM) CKttRS 

Will bo kept on band ami solicits a continuation or the 
nvori bestowed on his predecestor, ml ' 9 



AI-VUUll S1T2iOWt>, 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND DUST 
MOVER, CESSPOOLS 

CLEANSED AT TttK SUOUTEST NO 
lice. Kegulur dnya lor moving dust — Tuesdays 
nTrsp ays and Saturdays, Is prepared to no all k n la 
ofjol) work la bis lino nl reasonable rates. 

Ordnrs left at Isaac Johusou's InTrou-CC Alloy will 
bo promptly attended to 

ItcBldcsco, Discovery Btrcet, next dcor to Victor' 
Urowory. ll V a 



GLOBE HOTEL, 

BKICK BXJIXiXDIISra-, 
FORT STBKET, next door lo Iho Scotch House, 

mm* hotei. innow opbn eor the 

J, accommodation nf the Truv. ling l ublle. 

The Bedrooms, b<th slnglo and double, are furnished 
In the most elegant style, there are also coinloit my 
furnished Purloia for lauillles. 

Board and Lodging by the Day, Week or 
; Month, at Moderate Rates. 

tliottachd lo iho Hotel is a far Boom well stocked with 

beau brands ol Winte, I Iquors add Cigar*. 
foIt JOHN P PELI.KTIEK, Proprietor,. 



Pacific TelGgrapli Hotel. 

Store Street, between llornld mid lMsQimrd 
VICTORIA.B- C 

Sndrew Astrico - Proprietor, 

Til li BIOST COMMODIOUS * CLEAN 
Uotelln Victoria. It la conducted on the European 
prlnolple, Tlio Table is supplied with the very best tho 

markol allorua. , _, , 

MKALS at all hours of tho day. Private Dlningrooma 
for Families. , 
CHARGES.— Board and Lodging per week, S» oO to_$B 
60 ; board und Lodgfngper day.fl ; Singlo Meals, 6i <*. 
eon'ts ; beds, 60 cents. 
Xikms — Cash tn Advance. , ,„. 

&3_ A Kire-proolSate n the House. -«?mlilH 3m 

Mountaiiieor Saloon, 
Corner of Cormorant and Store Streets 

VICTORIA, V. I. 

THE BBHT tVINEfS, 5.J- 

iruors und Cigars on h md 

TKl-tKK 

BOTTLES OIF BEER 
- I'OK FIFTY OEKT8 

m _2 6m P. GIUIOAH. 



Chaiigecl Hands. 
BEOWN'B HOTEL 



Erlck Bulldi 



■ Kort and Douglas Blrtetr, 



1 thoroughly .onpvatod and refer. ,1 »e.l and w d 
open for tho receptlou of guest . ou Tuesday ,jan y i» 

tSf None but tho best of V?ino«, Liquors and Cigars 
will be dis.ieusol at the bar 

Board and Lodging nor week *« »nd f 

Board per week • • '' |H1 

Board per d*y .„ 

Single Meals ° n 

Bous '"" . , 

■ >73nl B BKOWN, Proprietor. 



JOHN HIL^O^. 

TBI E 

"Garrick's Head! 

• BASTION STBBET 

inhl2 



57 




FARRON k MITCHELL. 



M 



SEEENA FOEKS 

lit BUS AN D OT13EKS HOUND POK 

Outiueca will Hud 

Groceries, Provisions 

CLOTHING. 

—AND— 

OOMPEETE OUTFITS!, 
AT OUR STORE. 

Parties purchasing .nppliea from u.will be convoyed 

In 

CANOKM EBEE OF CHARGE 
From tho Mouth ofSltecna Klver lo Iho Folks. 

Goods Foi warded 

FromSkecnnmoulhlotlio Diggings by our Pack Aul- 
Sttaaheadofany other twins. Having 

20,000 POUNDS OF BACON 

Already at tho Porks, wo causoll It C oaper lhau It can 
bo brought Irom v Ictorla. 

FABBON .v MITCUEI-Ii. 

mb30 2m 

" KeritTandDobts ColLoctcd. 

Money to Loan at Low Rates on lirst 
Class Security. 
KIOVSEH TO « »: T ! 

Town aiiilCountryProptityfor 
gale or to l»er. allsoi*, Agent, 

novorumont Street nosr Fort, 
— ■ 



T EE EC 




Will sew everything needed la a family, from 
the heaviest to the lightest fuliric. 

IT DOES »OUE WOItK, 

3IOBE KINDS OF 1VOKM, 

AND ItETTEll WOItK, 

Than any other maohino. 

Tf there is a Florence Sewing lln- 
cliino within one thousand miles of 
San FiQitcisco not working well and 
giving entire satisfaction, if I nni in- 
fonued of it, it will be attended to 
wit limit expense ut" any kind to tho 
owner. 

SAMUEL HILL, Agent, 

19 New Montgomery Street, 
Gra.id Hotel Building, San Francisco, 

Send for Circulars and satn/iles of 
the work. Active Agents wanted f i» 
every place. 
FOR SALE BY JR. _3_3 J __"V"i_lISr. 
-n'.'vv VICTOBI.1. 



Mi 

H do Faii long 



TSX. 'GrXJIS r GrlS r :EK/ 

QQ QCARTElt CASKS, 

100 CASHS ' 

FOX 8a I. K BIT 

L011E, STAHLSfHMlDT & <0, 



A. II. GRAY, 

In porler ol 

~M3m?£?'~ €«<a'i_isls 9 

B;.;e;«i va be'IUBN thanks to the 
public Tor iIih libonil paironxgn uci.oided tu htm Is 
tbep ,»t. and res|,ectrul,y eol >;-u lis c nifuuau », ».lil'st 

he ls.louipnr.irlU u'is.uit ti IhoPrnrloce, during wluoh 

tim-hi, M- ok will .,. Ui-.i'.i'iy rccuivo aJlhioni rioa 
person . I «eleciioi,s lu Iho iumlnig Bunipua i markets 

fJoVKH.I H'Xl StUSKT, VlOTOKU , 

Ut s usu^t . IS1 1. '' I 4 

E. BRODEICK & CO, 

Coal & Coramission Merchmts 

WilARFSIR-tT, foot ol Vales 

HAVE VE«!CI_I*R PACII.ITrilS FOB 
the trBDipuriaiivu and 'I' livery »• cosl to any !'•• r 
llie c ly . 

Noiie -til the lest RanaiDto Coal Sold. 

The full Erigliali Ton of 1 240 lbs H" ,ll ''»" ef:lJ 
N. B —Slearaers and Shipping suppled at slmrlesl 



Iyer's Hair vigor, 

* FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR 

roiTSNAI lift A L VITALITY- COLOR 




New i\(3vertiBements. 




OFFEE FOR SALE 



WOUXD MOST RKSPE 
TUI I.V call Ibo ntti mien of the jiu 
to Ids 1 arte nut Well Allotted Slock 



ENGLISH AMD AMERICAN 

BOOTS & SHOES, 



Which he Is 



ITo Received bv the JiAS'l 
B.OfVI>4»rM aChol 



•.lliiunlly repleulshm 



%Jm i 



Advancing yefirff, i Irlc. 
li.-*,. euro, Jisuppolnt 
men i n n d hi rvdihtry 

pr fposlffon all turn 

tlic huir k.-iiv: eit' cr ol 
llicm disi'oaei it le lall 
naturely: U n ,1 




coinparntlvcly few lia'tland gray hoads thai v»e how ceo, 
an those who have uot yei d'fen ercl the virtues of 
HTKa'a 1! *i« Viiiob 'or repi w ng the hair The freab ami 
y mthlul it ii ir we rcu nri n'der liendt i< "Hen Hie product 
nl tile art yi> i a> e d nil Mircdnr inadool !, austere ami 
uely, liy amy hair, ri'itiiri'fis y nti.lul o.or and with ii 
y,,nr'li':..lurei lo ttirlr origiii il hi, III. . as und agr.eab!e 

' "As'an' Vh-gant dressing for beanllfylng Hie Hair it baa 
no superior. 

PRKPAHEtl 1 Y 
UK, J V AVER iV r.iH., 0»Vg£I,I^ M tSS 



clie.il 



Jytlcal CI. fluids, 



And Sold all round the world 
HO 

my.'S ly altw \V Slw D nil 



F. S. BUBHELL. 

PIANOFORTE TtJiVER & REtillLATOR 



N3Q 



Ii___3Sr-_ STB BET, 
VICl'I'OIC I J, Ii. »!• 



A^HCKOFT I 

•J'BJH I.HI»OH.T !il> I.I.BO.'V 

w in ioi vo a llmltrd oumlier of imroi during ib« season 
at 120 a mare H« w » Dark (lhnatnul I erso of gro.»t 
power and Bynimctry, ItaUillDV 18 llUlldt IiIkIi. _ 

II »V Ac tltfUN »t null' 'I rx'.et, or nsst'nro found 
for marts. inU20 3miiatw 



GEKT8' BALMORAL AM) ELASTIC 
SI1»E BOOTS, 

Uncqnallsd by any he Los heretofore imported 
lie Ina also on hand a large StocK of 

GEKT5' HOME-MADE 

WELLINGTON BOOTS 

All of fcUich nrc raadc of the Best Material 
A Conipleto Assortment of 

leather & Shoe Findings 

C'JK.-TANTLV ON HANI). 



8©-REPAIRlNG NEATLY EXECUTED, 

REMEMBER. 
Everything will be Bold extremely low 
fo: Ca_h. 

GlYE HIMA CALL. 

ONE AND ALL, 
At bis old Stand, YATES STKEET.oppo- 
site Wells, Faigo & Co's 



Boots dShoos ! 
Boots & Shoes ! 



HIS JUST ItECEIVKD A VLHV LARGE 
lunoi irueut of 

Goods in hk Line, 

Selected from Hie h,-»t lliat III* Han Francisco murk.< 
alterJB, *t)ich he ollere at tho very 

LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE FOR CASII 

ai.-o_a VAKIKTS 0V IIOAIEMADK 
SS«9»'- , .i ON HA pi It. 

BOOTS mad ! lo order in the trc^t approved style frou 
tbu Best Matcilal. 

«,(III»KKV-- OOVEIINMESI ST., VICTORIA. 
I wo joore from the Colonial. 



ALE— Dovcnis-'d Ohampagno in qt 
and pints 

littsn' in quarts and pints 

PORTER— Bynst' in quarts snd pints 
Bridges' do do 

STOUT— D'Arcy's Dublin do do 

BRANDY— llennoBBy and Martoll in i 
caHk und 0itBe3 ^ 
Jules Eobin &. Uo'b in \ celt nud 
ootaves 

WHISKY— Scotch and Irish in \ oska 
RUM— Jamaiod in Brit, Hhda and Pbcs 
OLD TON GIN— Boord's in cak & oascB 

Bernard's in ca^ka 
GENEVA— In Rod and G-reon Cases 

SHERRY— Ronaldaon'a in qr. oasks 
nnd cnse3 

PORT— Eonuldeot'd in qr, casks and 
cases 

CLARET— Lootille, St. 2 alien aodPrel" 
ler in cases 

CHAMPAGNE- -A Collin in qt. nnd pta 

STILL HOCK— Qoisenluimer, 1862 

ANGOSTURA B1TTRR3 

LIME JUICE 

ORANGE BITTERS 

PEACH BITTERS 

L ANDSB E RGE R & Cu'd CALIFOR- 
NIA WINES 



E. IfflMtD, 

OCCIDENTAL BUILDING, FORT 15T. 

.InNi Keeclved Tin PACIFIC. 

3Iio8 Leather h Findinga 

IN GREAT VARIETY, 

Uppors of every Boscription 
aud Quality 

READY FOR BOTTOMING. 
Roots A Shoes ITliade so Order 



Aydfs Sarsaparilla, 

FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD 

n » * MKD1CIWW THAT 

.{(I! ^i?^ '' "V c U ''' S 



fk'r h. 



■ 111'. 



which 
nnd loo 



'ill 1 

t. purges out Hi- lui k- 
iiiiin nrx In the B y»lem . 
1 iir.dennirnthe heauh 
suit e 111 troubles! me 
- 1,'fH. _ni|ilioiia 1 1 ilio 



1" H" 



rom lie 



I. lull 



the 



"id" 



il.it k!i. 



;ts 



tb. 



n. ol liKse Bainetiuiiiuurs In some Internal 
orgsn or organ, whose act'on they c].,r»: eu nud whose 
iUb't.l Cfl lUoy doolie mid ,1 «li,iv ATRR S S»RSArABIl 
tv expels llieso huuinurs from Hi" blood When Ihoy 
urn gone iho dl'ordeia tb-y |ir»uico dlaiprcnr such at 
UleeralioiiH "< 'It 1 < rt r - Stomaeli, Kntuoys, Lungs, Krunv 
lions noil Einpllvc D fo»s s ol Iho Skin, Ft Anthony's 
Mro. Hese or ISrysipobis, Punp'es, I usiulei, Dlo'cbes, 
lUiilH, TuiniKir'i, Telter and tail llbeuni Pcnld Head, 
Hinitwnrm, f'cers ai il mre«, Kheqiiiallsm, Neuralgia, 
Pain In the Bonen, tide and lleud, fen.alo Weakness, 
t=t< rl i iv, I eucnrrlicn srlilog Irom Internal ulco ration and 
uterine" iliiCHsrg, llrnpsv, DyF|Kp.«l i , Kniaclatloil and 
(itueral D'ibiiiiy, With their dijtarturo beallb leioias 

I'llBfailEii BY 

DR. J. G AYER & CO, Lowell, Mass, 

Practical & Analytical Chemists. 
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE 



'^'J5B; IIIOIIK8T CASI1 PRICK r AID FOB 

WOOL, 8I.KE|»8KI.^f*i, 

AND CAI.V.mtlFtN. 

Br 

L. & J. BOSCOWITZ. Wharf Street. 

d-vn P.m 

W. I*. Wakeiuan, deceased. 

At. i, i»iKKsoiV8 irv'nrciiTJf ai to. <>« 
liaving clalmi nRalnsI tl.o ,.s ol ihn hue \ r « II 



•den W. 



ol K; 



. nrc to pay iiir 
amoiiut nl .nidi debts or rlobvcr i"i Ifculars rfsiinh clnlin 
i siipcilvcly t'j >. J 1-p.irk, Kro,., of U. SI. N»v«l Vaid, 
Ewiuiuialt , I xccutor ol d reaaed. 

KliM'IS JlinN<OX. 

Solicitor tn llie Kxocntor. 
Uasonl« Hall, Vlctorii, Unirl, U, l-v.'. mhllitiw 



Bans' Ale 

IN HOGSIIRAD3 AND TIERCES, 

■j^'UR SAlrtC IN HOlKO «Et UlI'S'V B'AaiJ 
l"l I.OWB, STAHI.SCIIfl-l BIT * f) 



Ex PRIFCEALF&ED. 

cm iv a rick, 

V, :i. Til A, 

cucMiiiH ttt, 

COA OIL,, 

O.HI'JSIsS, 
tt \ B " H NS lii Wholos, rjairi, Quarters and Blgbtbs, 
MITS.OItAACIKH, I.UaiONS, Ac. 

l or Fulo nt I ow I'rleea l>y 

R F .PICKETT & Co- 

mli2- 



BISCUITS in Tins 

SALT in Jen'* ond ^ Ba _ t: 

LIVERPOOL SALT— Fine and Joarso 



HORSE SUOE NAILS Ct.'in krga 

do do Iron 
HOOP IRON H. H and 1| inch 
INDIAN MOSKETS. 

WRITE LEAD No 1 and 2 in 28!b kegs 
LAMP CUIMNIE8. 



Notices 



m9k 

Colonial Secretary's OiT.ce, 

llareh 13th, 1S7_. 

HI« BXGBI1E.BNCY 'I'Hli I.IE0T.GOVEHN. 
Oil directs th 1 publication, tor goneral Information 
ol llie lollowlng dispatch and enelosiirca Irom tho Secre- 
tary el Slide lor the PrOTlncor. 
Uy Oemmand . 

A. ROOItE ROBERTSON, 
Colonial tieciotary. 

Ottawa, January leth, 187i'. 
Fin— I l ave the honor lo enclose, tor tho Infermatlen 
of your Qjvoriunent, two oopios ol a Circular Dispatch 
addressed to His Kxcollenoy tho Governor General, by 
tho Secretary or Stnto lor tho colonlrF, with a rlmllar 
number or oopios ot tho Dispatch und Circular tbun ia 
referred to. 

ilay I miuest that ycu will tako such measures as yof 
may lliink advjsablo 10 secure tho desired interchange u 
00111,111,1110.111011 between tho fevoral Ccmmerclal and 
agricultural Sooietlos in the Province of lirllish Colum- 
lii.aud U13 Oovornmont of India. 
1 have. l;c, 

(-ifnoi) J0?EPIl BOWK, 

Secretary of Slate for the rrovlncos. 
The Hon, J \V. Trutch, 
liciit-tiorornor, Victoria, l!riti,h Colombia. 

uircolah. 



PEA— Congou, Japan and tjfonpowder 
SPICES — Mace, Gingor and Nutmegs 
RICE — China No L 

w 



isLadyLsm 



FOLDIN-? CHAIRS 

COM M ON CANE CHAIRS 

MAUOC'Y D1NING.UOOM CHAIRS 



Powoisg Street, lOlh Nov., 1671. 



-I hi 



id rn 



tbi 



ileli Iro 



Duke or Argyll a copy 
v-cruor Oenorul of India m 
touncll. and a copy 0: a Circular which Ills Ornce, lu 
pur-aonco ol a request coutnlned in lliat Dispatch, bus 
addresBedlo the Uiambora of Commerce and otlier ^u- 
lhorlz-'d Institutions ol that uatura lu the United King. 
1I0111, invi inj; direct corrcspondeiico with ilio Qoveru- 
inenl ol India on loattcra cuuuectcd with Acrlculturs 
Comninrce Improved Machinery, and Hie I ke, 

I iraiismlt to ycu printed copies ul iiie^o cooumepts 
and hsva Iv request you to give them such puhlloity as 
wi 1 lie meat likely 10 securo the detl cd Interchange el 
ummun.ctions botween tho several Oenimcrclai nnd 
A|_'rnultur.,l Sooiniieaand lustitutiens In the Colony un- 
der \ our (lovemtiieul und llie licvcruuieut or India, 
I have, iVc, 

(••igtod) KIMBERLEY. 

DK AHTMENT OF REVENUE, AQKICTJLTURB AND 
C0MJIS.KUE. 



Tliodov, 
ly's 



(AllRICrLTUlt- AND lie 

ir Genera! or India in 
cretnry ol State f.,r In 
21lh, 1871, No 
EXTBACT, 



,ius«) 

c il to Her Majea. 
mla, / iiyiisi 



ir attrntlnn has boon called to Importarcs of obtain 
ri,rlteu>eol tho Uej-artment of Itevecue, Agnei ' 
„ and Commerce, and for general Information, can 
,'csol all papers (reports, circulars nnd the like) is 



BLANKETS-n2J point White <6 Senrlet 

CARPETS and BIOS 

BOOTS^-Durhatu Broa 

CANADIAN BROGANS 

An Aesorlmeut ol DRY GOODS, kc. 




Oiler for Sale the undermentioned Goods, 
principally selected for this Market 
by Mr. Fuvdlay. 



Orpon 
JK if 4 point 



.€l. Oas'amayoi&'S&Co. 

COiTirtuwHiorv mti.ucii.-NTi§ ,t wmoi.i:- 
aule Dialers In 

(JrOfborlcs, Provision?, Havana Clears 

AND FltKNCII 1 RESKKVE3; 
, nolm 13 Vatoa fllroot, Victoria, Vauoouvor Uland 



I White, Senvlet Blue Gentian rils.i- 

BLANKETS, i 2X and 4, S,3Kan_4 2S' 2X 2« 

_TJPElU0It9 i WHITE BLANKETS— Fancy eneln 
HORUOCKS'S 39 inch WHITE LONG CLOTHS 
CELEBRATED CROWN SHEETINGS 
CH BAP W HIT 15 COTTONS 
FI N'LAY lc CO'S SHEETINGS— 12. BQ and W inch 
OltKV SflKKTlNGS— Gl nnd 72 inch. 

GKEY CALICOES— All widths and prices (a fine assorbnent 
HEAVY GREY DRILLINGS, 
BLUE DENIMS, BED TICKS and HOLLANDS. 
NEW DKESS MATERIALS FOR 8PR1NQ 
SHAWLS IN EVERY VAKIBTY. 

«, « and 7, WHITE and COLORED HAI, DKER0H1EF3 
PRINTS— All Prices and Patterns 
FINGERING YARN— All Colors 

WATERPROOF TWEEDS— Dark colors 
NUBIAS— White und Colored. 
WHITE, RED end GREEN FLANNELS and BALE LS 
WHILE CANTON FLANNELS 
BLUE SERGE. PRINTED FLANNELS 
GIRL'S AND WOMAN'S BLK CLOTH JACKETS AND 
MANTLES 

CRIMEAN SHIRTS— New Patt, ns 
ilLUK SERGE SACS AN I) SI '.TS 
MEN'S BLUE BEAVER SA !S, GALATEA JACKETS &c 
FANCY TWEED SHIRTS 
MEN'S, YOUlU'Sand BOYS' PILOT JACKETS. 
MEN'S BEAVER OVERCOATS 

INVERNESS CAPES— Witney nnd Beaver 
TWEED. CASSIMERE and BLACK HOE PANTS 
ALLOA EN IT RIBBED X HOSE— White and Colored 
MERINO and LAMBS WOOL . L l White and Striped 
COTTON and WORSTED .'. HOSE — White and Colored 
COTTON, MERINO * LAMBSWOOL UNDERSHIRTS & DRAWERS 
DUCK PANTS and JUMPERS 
DENIM OVERALLS and JUMPERS 

PRINTED COTTON SHIRTS— Plain, Twilled and Fancy 
WHITE SHIRTS 
NECK TIES— Black nnd Colored 

TOWEL? — White. Brown. Turkish nnd Huoknbuck 
JEANNETTE'S ank FERO USON'.s TWILLS. 
PRINTED COTTON HDKt"S-Now Styles 
PAPER COLLARS— Ml Sizes 
ALII AM BRA QUILT8— (M, 10 4, 11-4 and 12.4 

HENNE3SY BRANDY— In Qunrter Casks 
UINE & Co's OLD PALE BRANDY— In Cases and Octaves 
SCOTCH WHISKY 'LOCH NAG AR' — In Cases and Quarter Ca*ks 
THORNE'8 BLENDED SCOTCH WHISKY — In Cases & QzarlerCasks 
DUNVILLE'S OLD IHISII WHISKY— In Cases & Quartet Casks 
RED AND GREEN CASE GIN— J. I). K. 7,. 
CHAMPAGNE — Veuve Cliquol and other brands in Quatla and Pints 
LONDON SOAP— In 60 nnd 112 IL). Boms. 
CONGOU T EA — In half chests 
CROSSE & BLACK WELL'S OILMEN'S STORES 
Rl M M ELL \ Co's PERFUMERY 
CURLED HORSE HAIR 
NAILS— Hid, 12(1 lb 20,1 
HOOP IRON— 20 Gunge, 7 8 and I Inoh 
OCTAGON STEEL — Sanderson's 3.4, 7-8 and 1 indli 
TW INKS— Wrapping, FiBhing and Seine 

WRAPPING PAPER— Wbitey Brown and Brown 
LETCH KURD & Go's INKS 
TIN PLATES 
HOMEOPATHIC COCOA— Taylor Brothers 

Also English and American Boots, Shoes and Slippers, Straw 
and Volt Hats, Cloth Caps, California and Oregon Clothing and 
Underclothing, 

1? _E3I IE! 

iANZER SEWiiii MACHINE! 

'The most Perfect, Durable, Convenient and 
Cheapest Lock Stitch Sewing Machine 
that has yet liecn manufactured, 
ip_es.j:o-_zi - - - $ss so 

FOB SALE AT 

WILLIAM DENNY, 

MANAGER, 

A.O-33_STT FOB J-OTJ-VHST'S 3£CIE) Grll-O-VJEJS r_bl2 



d by thoj-lverpool und oil,. 



IU toe like) is- 
liortniii CliniLliers eif 
t" sti firms, relating to 
s, Indlge. silk and uiliers, 
which torm ini|,ui lant in tlclea fcumnorce be'.weeu lu- 
di< 11 d Oreat Bri'o 11, 

•I. We shall reel much obliged If, lo iircvent tlio delay 
Inscporahta frem Ihe 1 silage u' Bueh papers through the 
■uveral ufllcial channels, Yon.- draco could arrange for 
their prenipl t-uusmieslon by the pohlishera direct lo 
Ilio uidress nl cur fccrelaiy in the Department of lie- 
v, n ue Agriculture ai d tomutci ce, Calcutta 

3 We th ,nld be bappy to reciprocate by furnishing 
any Iof>imation lu mir power, by supplying copies of 
Bin li printed papers us might bo desired in regm d lo tlie 
cr- r-i and the position of our trade.. 

4. It Is specially a matter of liopnrtnnco tr 'is to ob- 
Uln the earliest possible information as to ihonlntc and 
prospects if tho American cotton crop. Agricultural 
conditio! s in many parts or the Dulled States aro very 
i-iiiiiliir to tin no that obtain throughout tho vast tracts of 
India, Many improvements in cultivation and v, ry 
n any or the mcclianloal contrivances lor facilitating 
agricultural operations that have been beneficial and re- 
munerative in America, wou'd prove, we believe, scarce 
ly leai applicable lo many parts of this country. We 
would, therefore, request tho favor ol Your draco's ar- 
ranging, ifpeisnh'e, lor Ihe direct transmission to us of 
all puriodic.il reports n the cell, n crop, tlio projrecs of 
Bgiiculiure generally, and tlio development 01 all agii- 
cultural appllaocos, Issued by tho American Dureau or 
Agricultuie, whom we would In turn Eupp'y with suy 
papers tbey migiit InJIcato relating to our cotton crop 
and ihe prrgresa ot agriculture her,-. 

b. Through ihe public newspapers and through private 
chance's, we often hesr of American inventions which 
prima In i ', nppear likely lo be uselul bore, and In re- 
gard 10 which wo desire further Inlotmalion. lliero are 
aiBomany milters ol detail oonuoclid with the trudo 
and agiiuultcre nl America, tl o co'ouics and uther couc 
tries, 111 regard to which more precise luformatloa than 
we can at present obU In 1 1 etten very desirable and at 
tiCKBiis u gently required, 

To the President of the 

1871. 

Sis— I am directed by His (l.-aco ilio Becrelary uf Stato 
lor India to transmit to you Ihe acoompanylng extract 
of a dl-palcll wlncli bus recently been received from llis 
Kzcelioi r v Hie Uovernor General ot India in ConnOiI.ro- 
qucating that Ills Grace will nstist Mm In cstabllshlDg 
direct communication bitwoon tho Oovornment of India 
and tho several Commercial and Agricultural Societies 
and Institutions lu iho L'n led llingdam, on subjects cou- 
uootoil wlih aerlculture and commerce. 

Dulco of Argyll has assented to this rer|uc»t of t'10 
""-General. 



ni- 



iel 1 



to request you to move tlio 
loroplylog 



with Iho wish nl ilia Lordship In Couucil, by forwarding 
ihn ct to Ihe Government of India such papers and Infor- 
mation as in y be published by too Association over 
which y u preside, so soon as thoy are itbued, and aho 
by ulrectn g the attention ol the, Government of India to 
BUCh points ta you may deem it useful lor them to be ac- 
qnaluled with, 

All c immunleatinns should bs addresiod to the Secre- 
tary li, the Government of India lu the Department ot 
ttoveuue, Agriculture and Commerce, Calcutta. 

uih^T 



mm 

NOTICE. 



]?<>« THE BETTER ENPORAtATIOn 

X "l ibe I'nohc generally, Notice Ishoreby given, that 
all of the Crown Lauds lying to tho South and Woal or 
.lames liny have hcrctorbro been and continue stitl to ho 
reserved by tho Government or British Columbia, and 
tint tbu paid hands arc therefore not open to pre-emp- 
tion by any p.rson. 

GEO. A. WA1.KEM, 
Chief Commissioner ot Lands i: Works 
Lsnds ,': Works Olllce, 
Victoria, BC, li .-Vb,1872. foil 



Licences Ordinance 1867 

It is hereby notified lor general hi» 
roniKKioii that Licenses under llie 
aboTc Ordinance tor tho cui-rc»t iiall- 
year euding Jintc 30(h, 1872, are due 
and payable at the Ollicc of the Sti- 
pendiary Magistrate, Ka-tioii Street 
Victoria, 

No lurtb.fr intimation will be given 
to those liablo to pay Licenses utitler 
the above act, 

1; y Orccr, si ei e;«!oi>, 

f< 1 1 b rk to Stipendiary Magistrals 

ITown «Miits Ordinance, I870~ 

NOTICE HEKEBV GIVEN THAT I 
sliall.iu accordance Willi Ihe provisions ol tho 
••Crown liruiitH Onllnnuoe, 1870" nnd at tlio expiration of 
Three Months h i m the date hereof, recommend llie ismio 
of a Crown (Irani to 

,l,,-i rn Wr-uu of Suburban I ot No 7 , Newcastle Town, 
said to contain 3. 3D acres ' 
Untos object Ion bo made to mo In writing in tlio menu 
time ngni-.M me ihmio thereof. 

II BW AIKMAN, 

llrglslrar General- 
I nnd Hegislry, Feb 2nd, ]i?72. Ie4 :im 

DiSiOlulion of Partnership. 

rjPSSi: PAUTIVtCltHHII' HITIIBRTO EX 

1 Isllng between Louis Opponlieiin and Samuel 0| p-n 
holm In the busintss at Kort Yale, l(.''., known the 
dun ol L & 8 Upponr.olm, Is dissolved by mutual content. 

Tho d, his for or against iho partnership will bo paid 
nnd received by Loufs Oppouhclm. 

(•-igi- "1 l OUIS, OI'I'KNHEIM 

BAMUJJI. Ol'l 1-MIUM, 

WIT.VKSS— taniel V c Qnarrle, 

Korl Yale.U 0., March 1,1872, mb2) Imdiw 

Card of Thanks to I)r i.liong.. 

AETICII ISKIi'VfJ THJSATED FIVi;:.MONTII3 
by a while doctor, and spending nearly 8300, I wan 
worarj than when I Unit wool to him. i had quite des- 
paired o' being relieved when 1 read Pr ( hong's Card In 
Tni LoioltUT. 1 pi ced myaoll under his euro and In 
NI.SK HAYS I wa< a we'l mm. I v rl le, IIih card ,o 
discharge a debt el gratitude I owe to Uj- cimi, Kl which 
oburgs, I may also soy, was reusonihle. My complnlrl 
wis nourn'glsi WIi.LIAM McCOKMIOK, 

Victoria, Aug JJtU, 1S71. foil 



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